Jeremy Corbyn sets out Brexit vision in labour conference speech

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Setting out his position on the Brexit deal, Mr Corbyn said a future Labour government "cannot be held back inside or outside the European Union ... from preventing employers being able to import cheap agency labour, to undercut existing pay and conditions in the name of free market orthodoxy". If they involve anyone to do with the Labour Party then investigation and disciplinary action will be taken'. In one thread, a member comments "I$3 am reading Mein Kampf [by Adolf Hitler] ... everybody should be forced to read it, especially Jews who have their own agenda as to why they were not liked", reported the Jewish Press. "I have removed myself from it", he stressed.

While the Labour Party's logo was allegedly displayed in the group in connection with pleas to join the Party, group members posted links to neo-Nazi websites and other incendiary content.

Group members used terms like "JewNazi", and "ZioNazi", and discussed conspiracy theories about the Rothschild family and Israel's involvement in the 9/11 and November 2015 Paris terror attacks.

"Obviously, any anti-Semitic comment is wrong".

A spokesperson for Corbyn, a left-wing politician whom many Jews accuse of tolerating anti-Semitism in the party's ranks, stressed in a comment to The Guardian on Thursday that Corbyn is not alleged to have said anything anti-Semitic in the group, which he left in 2015.

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Speaking at a fringe event hosted by the Scottish Labour for the Single Market campaign, Mr Murray said: "I'm disappointed that the Labour party is not making this argument - immigration is good for the United Kingdom and Scotland and we have to be courageous enough to stand up and make that point".

It is understood disciplinary procedures, including suspensions, have been initiated against a number of members of Palestine Live where they have been found to be Labour members, though it is understood that at least one, who had been presenting as a Labour member, was not.

The head of Labour's worldwide section gave money to a campaign against a group fighting anti-Semitism in the party. "Any antisemitism in any form is wrong".

'I don't think anyone is suggesting anything that Jeremy has written in any Facebook group or anywhere else constitutes anti-Semitic comments.

It comes as former chief rabbi Lord Sacks called on the Labour leadership to do more to fight anti-Semitism.

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"Mr Corbyn and the Labour Party are clearly hoping this will all go away but it won't; their response so far has been totally inadequate".

Mr Corbyn's spokesman said: 'Jeremy and the Labour Party are implacably opposed to all forms of anti-Semitism and will take whatever necessary action to stamp it out in the party.

"We strengthened our rules past year to guarantee there is no place in Labour for prejudice or bigotry".

"A party that doesn't just accept - but proactively argues - that our country is culturally deeper and economically richer because of immigration, not despite it".

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