UK Labour Party dogged by anti-Semitism claims

A scandal involving allegations of institutional anti-Semitism has dogged Labour for weeks, and the political left for decades.

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    The UK's main opposition Labour Party is being accused of harbouring institutional anti-Semitism.

    But some Jewish party members say the accusations are being used as a distraction from another issue.

    Al Jazeera's Jonah Hull reports from London.


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