Jeremy Corbyn has launched an action plan to address anti-Semitism and other forms of racism within the Labour Party. He
Livingstone may have been the ugly icing on the cake this week, but it was a cake made and enjoyed by many others in political life. Decades of progress in race relations and equality are being damaged by casual and misplaced agendas. It's been a miserable week in British politics. I keep thinking, I keep wishing, surely we can do better than this?
All you need to know about the week's politics.
Labour today suspended former London Mayor Ken Livingstone from the party after he claimed Hitler was initially a Zionist
Naz Shah Has an Opportunity to Make a Real and Much-Needed Contribution to Tackling Anti-Semitism on the Left
If she is serious, she will appreciate that retaining the whip and the status quo was not in the interests of herself, her party or its ties with the Jewish community. If, despite the disciplinary process, she acts on her words to enhance her efforts with the community, we should all sit up and take notice. Going forward, she has an opportunity to make a real and much-needed contribution. Over to you, Naz Shah.
The five things you need to know on Thursday April 28, 2016… 1) A TOTAL SHAH They got there in the end, but boy was it tortuous
Former London mayor defends remarks despite suspension
Party's NEC to look at claims
Ken Livingstone has denied comments made by Labour MP Naz Shah that led to her suspension from the party were anti-semitic
Despite condemnation from David Cameron, Ms Shah won the support of the Tory MP who is vice-chairman of Conservative Friends