Two of Labour’s most senior figures have clashed over how to handle anti-Semitism within the party.

General secretary Jennie Formby accused deputy leader Tom Watson of “completely unacceptable” behaviour for asking complaints about anti-Semitism to be forwarded to him for monitoring.

She said his approach would “undermine” and “pollute” existing party processes.

Mr Watson stood by his request, saying “opacity and delay” by the party had led to “a complete loss of trust”.

The Labour Party has been dealing

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