Leadership contender sets out her plan to tackle ‘crisis in the soul of our party’

Lisa Nandy has launched a detailed plan for how she would tackle antisemitism in Labour if she becomes party leader, saying it is approaching “make-or-break time” for many Jewish members as to whether they remain in the party.

The Wigan MP, who has been a consistent critic of how the issue has been dealt with under Jeremy Corbyn, said she hoped to rebuild trust and demonstrate that the party would fundamentally change if she takes over.

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