Jeremy Corbyn Side-Lined as the Labour Party Suspend Naz Shah


Naz Shah, the controversial MP who admitted posting hate comments, has been suspended from the Labour Party after Jeremy Corbyn, the leader, had refused to sanction such an action.

The Leader’s Office, which was briefing earlier that Shah shouldn’t be suspended, hasn’t yet commented on why the decision was made. Ken Livingstone criticised the Labour Party’s decision and said:

“What she said was over the top and offensive but it wasn’t antisemitic”.