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Labour leadership hopefuls clash over party's anti-Semitism crisis

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Published on February 27, 2020 - Duration: 01:23s

Labour leadership hopefuls clash over party's anti-Semitism crisis

The Labour leadership candidates have clashed over responsibility for the party's anti-Semitism crisis.

Lisa Nandy, who quit Jeremy Corbyn's shadow cabinet in 2016, said she spoke out on the issue but questioned her leadership rivals' response to the allegations of anti-Jewish prejudice.

Campaign frontrunner Sir Keir Starmer insisted he fought on the issue from within Mr Corbyn's top team, while his main rival Rebecca Long-Bailey said she also spoke out.

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