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2 May 2018, 19:31 | Updated: 2 May 2018, 20:38
Chuka Umunna says he is furious about anti-semitism being stirred up by a "significant vocal minority" of Labour members.
In a call to Iain Dale, Labour MP for Streatham, Chuka Umunna says he joined the party because it stood up for people of minority groups, and believes leader Jeremy Corbyn has failed to address the issues properly.
"You end up with the absurd proposition of an anti-racist party, that has a problem with racism, sticking its head in the sand."