All posts tagged British labour party
The British Labour Party used to be at the forefront of the fight against fascism and Nazism. Today, however, it’s unrecognisable from its wartime predecessor, writes Uri Butnaru.
Jewish MP Luciana Berger was among seven Labour MPs in the UK who this week resigned from the party in protest at Jeremy Corbyn's handling of complaints surrounding antisemitism and Brexit.
You would hardly know it in Australia, but for the last month Britain has been transfixed by the renewed row over Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn's failure to address rampant anti-Jewish bigotry in his party.
THE views of British Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn represent a new high in resurgent anti-Semitism, said Dore Gold, president of the Jerusalem Centre for Public Affairs, as he delivered the 35th Anti-Defamation Commission (ADC) Gandel Oration.
British Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn has clashed with the Israeli Prime Minister as a row escalated over his presence at an event which included the honouring of a Palestinian suspected of involvement in the Munich Olympics massacre.
Ken Livingstone, the former mayor of London whose membership in the Labour Party has exposed the British political party to allegations of anti-Semitism, has announced he's quitting the party.
British Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn came under fire in Parliament this week as MPs discussed anti-Semitism. Tuesday afternoon's debate on the issue saw Jewish members of Corbyn's party discuss their own personal experiences.
ISRAELI Labour Party MK Michal Biran raised the issues of rising inequality and the unresolved Israeli–Palestinian conflict as key challenges facing Israel today.
In a ruling that has sparked outrage within both the UK Jewish community and the British Labour Party, former Labour mayor of London Ken Livingstone was suspended rather than expelled from his party, having been found guilt of bringing it into a state of disrepute.
The British Labour Party has been accused of “demonstrable incompetence” in addressing anti-Semitism in a stinging report by a cross-party group of MPs.