Corbyn seeks to allay fears on anti-Semitism row

Jeremy Corbyn MP says he wants to deal with anti-Semitism "in our society as well as in all of our parties" following the approval of a new code of conduct on anti-Semitism by Labour's ruling National Executive. The document was drafted after complaints of how the party had dealt with anti-Semitism in its ranks. However, the new guidelines were criticised for not incorporating the internationally-approved definition of anti-Semitism by the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance.

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