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A special message of thanks
After Jeremy Corbyn became leader of the Labour Party, there was an influx of new members into the Party to support him. Very quickly there was a noticeable increase in overt hostility to the Jewish community within CLPs and in Labour-supporting…Read more...
LAAS Statement on Twitter walkout
LAAS Statement on the Forde Inquiry
LAAS Spokesperson on KMTV
LAAS mentioned on BBC ONE re: Rebecca Long-Bailey sacking
LAAS Statement on Rebecca Long-Bailey
UPDATE: Rebecca Long Bailey Sacking Labour Against Antisemitism welcomes the sacking of Rebecca Long Bailey by Sir Keir Starmer, a swift and appropriate response and the only course of action. We hope further measures will now be taken to address the…Read more...
Labour Together Report Into 2019 Election
LAAS in the Jewish Chronicle
LAAS campaigner writes for the Jewish Chronicle
"After last weekend’s Black Lives Matter demonstrations, a heart-warming picture emerged on the internet. A kind-faced, suit-clad, elderly white man with a sign saying, ‘Racism is a virus, we are the vaccine’, sat deep in thoughtful conversation with…Read more...
Labour's descent into racism
On Jeremy Corbyn's claims about the EHRC
Jeremy Corbyn’s Comments Regarding the EHRC
BBC quote LAAS
LAAS working with Board of Deputies
Reports provided by LAAS
Serious Examples of Alleged Anti-Jewish Racism
“Serious Examples of Alleged Anti-Jewish Racism” Have Been Provided to Keir Starmer Fiona Sharpe, spokesman for Labour Against Antisemitism, said: “The reports provided by Labour Against Antisemitism to the Board of Deputies, which have now been…Read more...
MPs share platform with antisemites
An inadequate measure
LAAS in the media
Report leak causes distress
Serious Data Breach
Sir Keir Starmer’s Front Bench Picks Leave Unanswered Questions on Antisemitism Commitment
LAAS spokeperson pressures Nick Symonds-Thomas
LAAS on election of Keir Starmer
Keir Starmer elected Party leader
LAAS on Corbyn remarks
‘Misleading’ Remarks on Antisemitism Complaints
Outgoing UK Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn Slammed for ‘Misleading’ Remarks on Antisemitism Complaints “There is no evidence to suggest that Labour’s current disciplinary process for tackling antisemitism is fit for purpose,” said Fiona Sharpe…Read more...
Left wing antisemitism now most common
LAAS feature in UKLFI event
"Labour and antisemitism - where do we go from here?"
A well attended event by UKLFI featuring LAAS and human rights Lawyer Daniel Ornstein took place at JW3. The panel discussion was called "Labour and antisemitism - where do we go from here?"Read more...
Israel blamed for Labour antisemitism
Metropolitan Police have passed five cases of Labour antisemitism to the CPS
The Metropolitan Police’s referral of these cases to the CPS underlines the degree of criminality that anti-Jewish racism in the Labour Party has reached. It is our understanding that four of these individuals were reported to the Labour Party by…Read more...
Labour and national antisemitism figures
Labour accused of bullying
Jeremy Corbyn embracing 'blood libel' preacher
New video footage of Corbyn
LAAS on the BBC, ITV, Mail
Refusal by Labour to Investigate
Spokesman interviewed on Sky News
Statement on Chris Williamson
Group refuses to campaign
LAAS in the Evening Standard and Mail Online
LAAS were quoted in two newspapers: Joe Murphy in the Evening Standard writes The pressure group Labour Against Antisemitism (LAAS) branded the party "unfit to be in Government" because of "endemic" racism against Jewish people. It urged the public…Read more...
LAAS in the Spectator
Why we are here
Suspended activist tries to prevent new rules to deal with antisemites
Antisemitism rules not for Jews
BDS founder invited to speak at conference
Concerns dismissed about Labour antisemitism
'clear antisemitism' overlooked for a year
LAAS spokesman appears on BBC News
Red carpet treatment for Miller
Reported for antisemitism and welcomed at Parliament
Professor David Miller was reported by LAAS to the Labour Party for Antisemitism, after a series of public comments that were felt to be antisemitic according to the IHRA definition. Not only was no action taken, but today he is being hosted in…Read more...