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While on a visit to Brussels, Mr Erdan told the Guardian: 'We recognise and we see that there are anti-Semitic views in many of the leadership of the current Labour party,' .'We hope it will be changed.
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The Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards has now launched an investigation into whether the arrangements for the meeting breached the MPs’ code of conduct.
At the event, the Palestinian Authority ambassador to the UK, Professor Manuel Hassassian, attacked Britain’s attitude towards Israel.