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The Labour Party welcomes everyone* irrespective of race, creed, age, gender identity, or sexual orientation.
You still haven’t opened your eyes.
After your staff shielded antisemitic conduct from the party’s disciplinary rules, you said: “I do not intervene in cases, my ofﬁce does not intervene in cases.”
You still haven’t told the whole truth.
We are not asking if you are an anti-Semite. We are saying you are accountable as Leader for allowing antisemitism to grow in our party and presiding over the most shaming period in Labour’s history.
Labour can’t ﬁght racism in society if we can’t deal with racism in our own party. We can’t be a credible alternative government that will bring the country together if we can’t get our own house in order. Your failure to do the right thing will lead to the failure of the Labour Party being able to make our country a better place for the people and communities we seek to serve.
It’s the style of your ofﬁce and your followers to deny the truth of the message and shoot the messengers, whether they are party members or whistleblowers from Labour’s head ofﬁce. But we cannot stay silent while younger, braver party workers and members speak out.
You have failed to defend our party’s anti-racist values.
You have therefore failed the test of leadership.
This statement is supported by the following Labour members of the House of Lords: Irene Adams, Waheed Alli, Kay Andrews, Hilary Armstrong, Joan Bakewell, Tony Berkeley, Clive Brooke, Tom Chandos, Tony Christopher, David Clark, Tony Clarke, Janet Cohen, Christine Crawley, Jack Cunningham, Meghnad Desai, Bernard Donoughue, David Evans, Geoff Filkin, George Foulkes, Llin Golding, Peter Goldsmith, Mary Goudie, Peter Hain, Stephen Hanworth, Simon Haskel, Alan Haworth, Clive Hollick, Bev Hughes, Bob Hughes, Phil Hunt, Bill Jordan, Roy Kennedy, Jonathan Kestenbaum, Denise Kingsmill, Jim Knight, Chris Lennie, Michael Levy, Helen Liddell, Roger Liddle, Spencer Livermore, Hector MacKenzie, Ann Mallalieu, Peter Mandelson, Doreen Massey, John Maxton, Margaret McDonagh, Iain McNicol, Jon Mendelsohn, Sally Morgan, Sue Nye, Martin O’Neill, Tom Pendry, Jill Pitkeathley, Margaret Prosser, Giles Radice, Meta Ramsay, Gail Rebuck, John Reid, George Robertson, Peter Snape, Clive Soley, Glenys Thornton, John Tomlinson, Dave Watts, Alan West, Robert Winston, Tony Young