Since electing notorious left-wing hardliner and friend of Hamas Jeremy Corbyn as its leader, the UK Labour Party has been battered by a storm of anti-Semitism scandals.

From Corbyn's own connections to Holocaust-deniers and anti-Semitic preachers, to the recent decisions to readmit left-wing extremists previously expelled from the party over anti-Semitism, and the high-profile allegations of rampant anti-Semitism among Oxford University's Labour Club (and an apparent cover up of the problem) - all of these have led the UK's Campaign Against Antisemitism to ask: Does the Labour Party have an anti-Semitism problem? 

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