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Labour was plunged into a fresh anti-Semitism row yesterday as John McDonnell was accused of offering “tacit approval” to hard-left activists attempting to unseat a pregnant Jewish MP.

MPs last night lined up to condemn the Shadow Chancellor, after he suggested that attempts to censure Luciana Berger were not motivated by anti-Semitism but rather rumours she is considering quitting Labour.

Others on the frontbench, including deputy leader Tom Watson, are understood to have privately expressed anger at Mr McDonnell’s remarks, which come amid renewed scrutiny of the party’s handling of anti-Jewish hatred.

Last night Mr Watson wrote to Labour’s general secretary asking her to suspend the local party,...

Labour was plunged into a fresh anti-Semitism row yesterday as John McDonnell was accused of offering “tacit approval” to hard-left activists attempting to unseat a pregnant Jewish MP.

MPs last night lined up to condemn the Shadow Chancellor, after he suggested that attempts to censure Luciana Berger were not motivated by anti-Semitism but rather rumours she is considering quitting Labour.

Others on the frontbench, including deputy leader Tom Watson, are understood to have privately expressed anger at Mr McDonnell’s remarks, which come amid renewed scrutiny of the party’s handling of anti-Jewish hatred.

Last night Mr Watson wrote to Labour’s general secretary asking her to suspend the local party,...

Labour was plunged into a fresh anti-Semitism row yesterday as John McDonnell was accused of offering “tacit approval” to hard-left activists attempting to unseat a pregnant Jewish MP.

MPs last night lined up to condemn the Shadow Chancellor, after he suggested that attempts to censure Luciana Berger were not motivated by anti-Semitism but rather rumours she is considering quitting Labour.

Others on the frontbench, including deputy leader Tom Watson, are understood to have privately expressed anger at Mr McDonnell’s remarks, which come amid renewed scrutiny of the party’s handling of anti-Jewish hatred.

Last night Mr Watson wrote to Labour’s general secretary asking her to suspend the local party,...

Labour was plunged into a fresh anti-Semitism row yesterday as John McDonnell was accused of offering “tacit approval” to hard-left activists attempting to unseat a pregnant Jewish MP.

MPs last night lined up to condemn the Shadow Chancellor, after he suggested that attempts to censure Luciana Berger were not motivated by anti-Semitism but rather rumours she is considering quitting Labour.

Others on the frontbench, including deputy leader Tom Watson, are understood to have privately expressed anger at Mr McDonnell’s remarks, which come amid renewed scrutiny of the party’s handling of anti-Jewish hatred.

Last night Mr Watson wrote to Labour’s general secretary asking her to suspend the local party,...