Jeremy Corbyn faces mutiny within Labour as Ken Livingstone escapes expulsion over Hitler commentsBreaking News
tags: Hitler, Zionism, Ken Livingstone, Jeremy Corbyn
Jeremy Corbyn is facing a mutiny over Labour’s failure to expel Ken Livingstone from the party over his remarks about Hitler and Zionism.
The former mayor of London refused to apologise after a disciplinary panel found him guilty of bringing the party into disrepute – but failed to expel him, instead ruling he will be suspended from holding office for a year.
He will still be free to vote on party matters and attend meetings.
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