"...or other opponents of anti-Semitism.”
Ex-Labour general secretary Lord Triesman has resigned from the party, claiming leader Jeremy Corbyn and "his circle" are "antisemitic".
In a letter announcing his decision to resign the Labour whip immediately, Lord Triesman described how "the experience of life in the party has become sickening".
He also claimed Labour has become "very plainly institutionally antisemitic".
Lord Triesman was the Labour Party's most senior official under former prime minister Tony Blair, before going on to serve as a government minister from the House of Lords under both Mr Blair and Gordon Brown...