Jewish Labour MP Dame Margaret Hodge has expressed fresh concerns about how her party is handling accusations of anti-Semitism.

In a letter to Jeremy Corbyn, she claims she has been misled over assurances that his office was not involved in any disciplinary process.

“Either you have intentionally misled me or your staff have been misleading you,” she complained.

Labour has dismissed her suggestion as “categorically untrue”.

‘Bewildered’

Dame Margaret’s letter refers to a report by the Observer claiming that internal documents showed senior Labour figures last year opposed recommendations to suspend several party activists accused of anti-Semitism.

The Barking MP wrote that she had been

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