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Labour Has A Problem With Anti-Semitism, Says Sadiq
23 September 2016, 10:53 | Updated: 23 September 2016, 11:06
Sadiq Khan criticised Jeremy Corbyn for not doing enough to stop anti-semitism in the Labour Party.
The Mayor of London admitted that Labour "has a problem" with anti-semitism as he was talking to Nick Ferrari on LBC's Speak To Sadiq.
When Nick asked how anti-semitic the Labour Party is, Mr Khan responded: "I think there are problems in the Labour Party.
"It can't be right that there are hierachies of racism. It can't be right that anti-semitic language is being used, not just in trolling, but elsewhere as well.
"We should be doing more. The leadership should be doing more.
"If you are anti-semitic, you should be thrown out the party.
"There should not be an environment where people think it's acceptable to behave that way. Racism is racism, there is no hierarchy.
"The Labour Party leadership needs to do much more."