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Image caption Mr Corbyn said Labour was "not immune" from anti-Jewish hatred. Labour has launched "education materials" to help its members confront anti-Semitism in the party. Jeremy Corbyn said only a "small number" of Labour members held anti-Semitic views, but a larger number do not recognise stereotypes and conspiracy theories. Nine MPs and three peers have left Labour over its handling of anti-Semitism allegations among members. The shadow cabinet is due to discuss the issue at a meeting on Monday. In a letter to members, Mr Corbyn said the new material would be the first in a series on "a number of specific forms of racism and bigotry". He said the scale of the problem within Labour... Full story

21 July