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Labour ‘deeply concerned’ by protest row

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Labour ‘deeply concerned’ by protest row

Labour ‘deeply concerned’ by protest row

Shadow justice secretary Shabana Mahmood says she is “deeply concerned” after an officer described an antisemitism campaigner as "openly Jewish" at a demonstration in London.

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