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An irate Sir Keir Starmer said today that Jeremy Corbyn could be expelled from Labor for his response to a damning official report on the party’s handling of anti-Semitism.

An investigation by the Equality and Human Rights Commission concluded that Labor was responsible for unlawful acts of harassment and discrimination.

But Corbyn rejected some of the equality watchdog’s findings, claiming the issue had been “dramatically exaggerated for political reasons” by his critics.

That led to him being suspended from the party pending an investigation and Sir Keir warned this morning that the investigation could result in his predecessor being expelled from Labor for good.

Sir Keir insisted that “there is no reason for a civil war in our party,” but the decision to suspend Corbyn has led to an increasingly damaging divide.

Corbyn’s allies warned Sir Keir that “Jeremy has an army behind him and a lot of legal funds,” while Unite, the head of the union, Len McCluskey, criticized the decision, saying that “a divided party will be doomed. to defeat “.

Sir Keir Starmer said this morning that Jeremy Corbyn could finally be expelled from the Labor Party over the +3 anti-Semitism dispute.
Sir Keir Starmer said this morning that Jeremy Corbyn could finally be expelled from the Labor Party over the anti-Semitism dispute.

Corbyn was suspended pending an investigation after he said the issue had been ‘dramatically exaggerated for political reasons’ +3
Corbyn was suspended pending an investigation after he said the issue had been ‘dramatically exaggerated for political reasons’

Joining union boss Len McCluskey, a Corbyn ally, said ‘a divided party will be doomed to defeat’ amid escalating Labor +3 civil war
Joining union boss Len McCluskey, a Corbyn ally, said ‘a divided party will be doomed to defeat’ amid escalating Labor civil war

Charges against Labor in a convicting 130-page report
Labor violated the 2010 Equality Act by committing ‘illegal harassment’ in two of the investigated complaints. They included ‘using anti-Semitic tropes and suggesting that complaints of anti-Semitism were false or defamatory.’
One of the cases involved Ken Livingstone, who in 2016 defended MP Naz Shah on accusations of anti-Semitism by claiming there was a smear campaign by the ‘Israel lobby’ to undermine and disrupt Corbyn’s leadership. He later resigned from the Labor Party after being suspended.
Another 18 cases were “borderline”, involving local councilors, candidates for local elections and officials from the Constituent Labor Party (CLP).
Analysis of 70 anti-Semitism complaint files found 23 incidents of “political interference” by the office of Mr. Corbyn and others. This included ‘clear examples of interference at various stages throughout the complaints-handling process, including decisions on whether to investigate and suspend’ party members.
The party’s grievance process was “inconsistent, poor, and lacking in transparency.”
In cases where a complaint of anti-Semitism was confirmed, it was “difficult to draw conclusions about whether the sanctions applied were fair and consistent.”
Recommendations made by the watchdog include commissioning an independent process to handle complaints of anti-Semitism and recognizing the effect that political interference has had and implementing clear rules to prevent it from happening again.

Labor will now conduct a formal investigation into the comments made yesterday by Mr. Corbyn.

Sir Keir was pressured on whether that investigation could end with the former leader’s ouster.

He told BBC Radio 4’s Today program: “There is a process that will now go through the governance and legal unit, there are a possible series of sanctions.”

When asked if one of the options is expulsion, Sir Keir replied: ‘Yes, people have been expelled from the Labor Party. I think there have been 827 cases since I became a leader, which is more than all the cases in 2019 and in a third of those cases people have been expelled.

“But it is not up to me to say what process should be followed, that is, the Secretary General, or what sanction is appropriate.”

Sir Keir said he was “deeply disappointed” by Corbyn’s comments, as he claimed that the former leader was aware that he would warn people against claiming that anti-Semitism had been exaggerated.

He said: ‘I am deeply disappointed with that response from Jeremy Corbyn yesterday, especially since I spoke to him the night before the report to explain how he intended to deal with it.

Jeremy Corbyn and his team knew exactly what I was going to say in my response

discussions yesterday morning I have no doubt that Jeremy Corbyn and his team knew exactly what I was going to say in my answer not only about anti-Semitism but also about denial and arguments about hype and it’s just a fight between factions’.

Sir Keir said he hoped the Labor Party could “draw a line and move on” following the publication of the ECHR report.

But he faces a growing party divided over the decision to suspend Corbyn.

Corbyn’s allies told The Telegraph: ‘This was a disastrous miscalculation. Now I could scale.

“ He does not understand the magnitude of what is about to happen and it is going to be very difficult for him. Jeremy has an army behind him and a lot of legal funding. ‘

Meanwhile, McCluskey, a Corbyn ally, said the decision to suspend him was an “act of grave injustice” that could “create chaos within the party” and jeopardize any chance of electoral success.

“A divided party will be doomed to defeat,” he said.

In response to McCluskey’s comments, Sir Keir said he believed there is “no reason for a civil war.”

He told Sky News: ‘What Len McCluskey is concerned about is that there shouldn’t be a split in the Labor Party and he’s right about that.

‘I don’t want a split in the Labor Party. I positioned myself as the leader of the Labor Party on the grounds that I would unite the party but also address anti-Semitism.

I think you can do both. There is no reason for a civil war in our party, but we are absolutely determined, I am absolutely determined to eradicate anti-Semitism.

“I don’t want the words Labor Party and anti-Semitism to reappear in the same sentence.”

In a bid for unity after the decision to suspend it, Corbyn urged Labor Party members to “stay” and fight internally against any change to the central terrain.

 suspend him, Mr Corbyn urged Labour members to ‘stay’ and fight internally against any shift to the centre ground.

In a bid for unity after the decision to suspend it, Corbyn urged Labor Party members to “stay” and fight internally against any change to the central terrain.

But the battle lines were drawn as the allies openly warned of a possible split, activists resigned their memberships, and Momentum, a campaign arm of the party during Islington North MP’s five-year reign, announced that there will be a virtual rally Stand with Corbyn on Friday. night.

Encouraging social media followers to join the rally, Momentum posted: ‘The suspension of Jeremy Corbyn by the Labor Party leadership is a naked attack on the left that undermines the fight against anti-Semitism and mocks the promise of Keir Starmer to join the party.

On an eventful day for the Labor Party, reports emerged that Deputy Director Angela Rayner contacted Corbyn and her team after her controversial statement yesterday and asked her to retract her “exaggerated” comments.

It was her inability to withdraw the comments that led to the Labor Party suspending her, as current leader Sir Keir tried to draw a dividing line between the party now and under Corbyn, which ended in April.

The Guardian reported that Corbyn is believed to have spoken with Sir Keir before the EHRC’s report was released Wednesday night and was assured that there were no plans to take action against him in light of his findings.

But the situation is understood to have changed after the 71-year-old issued his statement, which was released moments before Sir Keir said at a press conference that he would not tolerate anyone who denied the scale of the anti-Semitism crisis.

The Labor Party noted that the decision to suspend Corbyn was made by his secretary-general, David Evans, but shadow Foreign Secretary Lisa Nandy confirmed that Sir Keir was informed beforehand and approved the move.

Sir Keir told reporters: ‘I made it clear that we will not tolerate anti-Semitism or denial of anti-Semitism with the suggestion that it is exaggerated or factional and that is why I was disappointed by Jeremy Corbyn’s response, and that is why it is appropriate action has been taken. , which I fully support. ‘

Former shadow chancellor John McDonnell described the suspension as “profoundly wrong.”

The fallout came in what Sir Keir called a “day of shame” for Labor after the EHRC found that the party violated the equality law over its handling of anti-Semitism complaints.

The EHRC investigation found evidence of “political interference” by the office of then-leader, Mr. Corbyn, in the complaint process.

Acting President Caroline Waters said there were “unforgivable” failures that “appeared to be the result of an unwillingness to address anti-Semitism rather than an inability to do so.”

The watchdog identified three violations of the Equality Act related to political interference in complaints, lack of adequate training for those handling anti-Semitism cases, and harassment.

The party received a notice of illegal act and has been given until December 10 to draft an action plan to implement the report’s recommendations. The notice is legally enforceable by the courts if it is not followed.

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