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Labour to pay damages to anti-Semitism whistleblowers

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Labour to pay damages to anti-Semitism whistleblowers

Labour to pay damages to anti-Semitism whistleblowers

Labour will pay "substantial damages" to whistleblowers who contributed to a TV expose of its handling of anti-Semitism.

The party also issued an unreserved apology over "defamatory and false allegations" made following a BBC Panorama investigation.

Report by Connerv.

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