More than 100 current and former staff of Labour MPs have urged the party to get “its house in order” over its handling of harassment allegations.
They have written to Jeremy Corbyn to express concern over how misconduct claims against David Prescott, an aide of the Labour leader, were dealt with.
He was suspended from his role in 2017, but returned to work after two weeks.
Labour said all allegations were taken seriously, but no formal complaint had been made in this instance.
Mr Prescott, the son of former deputy prime minister Lord Prescott, has strongly denied the allegations.
No reason was given at the time for his suspension from his communications role in Mr Corbyn’s office.
On Sunday, newspaper reports suggested that a female MP had raised concerns with