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Racism can be found across all of society. This particular problem with anti-semitism manifests itself within the hard left of the Labour Party and as it is the hard left of the Labour party than now totally controls the problem then I would suggest that anti-semitism is far more of a problem within the Labour party than any other political party and with society generally.
90 alleged cases of antisemitism are being investigated by Labour. In a party of 600,000 members, that would be 0.015 - should all be found guilty. In other words, 99.985 of Labour members are not antisemitic. I wonder what percentage of Tory Party members are not racist?