Leader of the British opposition Labour Party Jeremy Corbyn unveils his party's latest poster campaign in London on May 3, 2016, ahead of the forthcoming local elections on May 5.AFP / NIKLAS HALLE'N
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Israel's opposition Labor Party said Tuesday that it was weighing severing ties with its British counterpart after fresh allegations of anti-Jewish sentiment in its ranks.Over 50 British Labour Party members were suspended in the past two months over comments deemed racist or anti-Jewish, said The Daily Telegraph, including former mayor of London Ken Livingstone.After the latest suspensions of three local councilors Monday over comments posted on social media, a spokesman for the Israeli party said breaking off relations with British comrades was "one of the options that is being considered". He told AFP that the Israeli party was looking for assurances from British Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn that he was treating the allegations with the necessary gravity.
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