Mail On Sunday and Jewish Chronicle run LAAS report
LAAS exclusive in the Mail on Sunday
Labour MP Grahame Morris director of company that 'broke antisemitic guidelines'
LAAS discovered, researched and exposed the story about a Labour MP who was the founder of a company which produced antisemitic content:
Labour MP Grahame Morris is director of a controversial website that 'broke antisemitic guidelines'
Research by Labour Against Antisemitism (LAAS) revealed the Left-wing MP is a founding director of PDD.
LAAS spokesman Alex Hearn said: ‘It is difficult to see how Mr Morris can justify his involvement with this website, and we expect the parliamentary whip to be withdrawn while his expulsion is processed.
‘We continue to believe that Keir Starmer’s statement in September that Labour had closed the door on antisemitism was premature. The Labour leader must get a grip on this extreme but vocal minority if he wants to demonstrate to the electorate his party is finally fit for government.’
The story was also run in the Jewish Chronicle:
Labour MP linked to website alleged to have published antisemitic content
Grahame Morris is a founding director of Palestine Deep Dive
Research by Labour Against Antisemitism found that Grahame Morris, who represents the Easington constituency in County Durham, is a founding director of Palestine Deep Dive.
Calling for the whip to be withdrawn from the MP, Labour Against Antisemitism’s Alex Hearn said: “It is difficult to see how Mr Morris can justify his involvement with this website.
“We continue to believe that Keir Starmer’s statement in September that Labour had closed the door on antisemitism was premature.”