Britain’s main opposition Labour Party is gearing up for its annual conference. This past summer has been dominated by toxic allegations of anti-Semitism at all levels in the party, with some saying a government led by Jeremy Corbyn would pose an “existential threat” to British Jews.
Labour's ruling committee has just decided to double the size of the disciplinary body in charge of dealing with anti-Semitism claims… but just how much damage has already been done? And is there really as much anti-Semitism within the Labour Party as the headlines would have us believe? Haxie Meyers-Belkin and Julien Sauvaget meet the left-wing Jews most affected by the crisis.
A programme prepared by Patrick Lovett.