Labour MP John Mann has blasted Jeremy Corbyn as he revealed he will quit at the election in order to focus on his role as the Government’s anti-semitism tsar.
Chris Williamson has launched a bid to take legal action against the Labour Party following his suspension over anti-semitism allegations.
A Labour councillor has been suspended after promoting accusations that TV star Rachel Riley works for "the Israeli state propaganda machine".
Dozens of pro-Labour and pro-Corbyn Twitter accounts are being used to reject anti-semitism allegations against the party, researchers have found.
Jeremy Corbyn has been criticised for appearing at a pro-Palestine rally in which protesters held banners comparing Israel to the Nazis.
Labour's ruling national executive committee has backed a rule change aimed at speeding up the way anti-semitism cases are dealt with.
Labour backbencher John Mann has been appointed by Theresa May as an independent adviser to the Government on tackling anti-semitism.
John Mann MP, Chair of All-Party Parliamentary Group Against Antisemitism, writes ahead of the APPG's AGM today that racism against a minority group, is not the responsibility for that group to address.
Labour has ruled out introducing a fully independent process for investigating anti-semitism allegations against party members.
Labour MPs have hit out at colleagues in the Shadow Cabinet who they say have been “actively complicit” in smearing whistleblowers on the party’s anti-semitism crisis.
Labour MPs have hit out at a "disgraceful" move by a local party branch to expel a former Chief Whip from for criticisng Jeremy Corbyn.
Labour’s Shadow Cabinet are being urged to “examine their consciences” as Jewish leaders call on them to stamp out anti-Semitism in the party.
Labour staff staged a walkout over a senior official who shared a video claiming the party’s anti-semitism crisis was trumped up to undermine Jeremy Corbyn.
A Labour frontbencher has been sacked for comparing Jeremy Corbyn's "bunker" leadership to the "last days of Hitler".
Theresa May used her penultimate Prime Minister’s Questions to call on Jeremy Corbyn to “apologise” over his handling of anti-semitism in his party.
More than sixty Labour peers have taken out a newspaper advertisement to tell Jeremy Corbyn he has "failed the test of leadership" over the party's anti-semitism crisis.
Allegations of racism and other forms of bigotry by Labour members would be investigated by an independent body under plans drawn up by Tom Watson and other party officials.
Labour is failing to deal with racists among its membership, according to the party's most senior backbencher.
Labour peers have demanded Jeremy Corbyn set up an independent process for handling complaints as they called on him to do more to tackle the party's "endemic" anti-semitism problem.
A major trade union is offering Labour staff legal advice amid rising concerns that working for the party is affecting their "health and well being", PoliticsHome can reveal.
Labour should not be "going for the messengers" on anti-semitism, Emily Thornberry has declared, amid a bitter row over the treatment of party whistleblowers who spoke to the BBC's Panorama.
Two former Labour officials who spoke to Panorama's investigation into anti-semitism have vowed to take legal action against the party for trying to "destroy" their reputations.
A furious row which erupted after Chris Williamson was allowed back into the Labour party played no part in the decision to suspend him again, according to Jennie Formby.
Tom Watson has accused Labour's top officials of "smearing" former staff members who spoke out against anti-semitism in the party.