UK Labour broke law in handling anti-Semitism complaints, probe finds

Britain's Labour Party broke the Equality Act in its handling of anti-Semitism complaints during the leadership of Jeremy Corbyn, a report by the Equalities and Human Rights Commission said Thursday.
The EHRC said it "identified serious failings" in the party's leadership in addressing anti-Semitism and had "inadequate processes" for handling complaints, the BBC reported.
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