Corbyn's Party No More: Before Critical Election, U.K. Labour Hosts Israeli Counterpart

After Labour’s antisemitism meltdown under Jeremy Corbyn, its new leader Keir Starmer hopes that improving the party’s ties with allies in Israel will help put him on the path to power, starting with upcoming local elections

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Britain’s Labour Party has hosted senior members of its Israeli counterpart as it strives to improve ties suspended four years ago under then-Labour chief Jeremy Corbyn.

The visit last week took place just before Labour's major test in local elections this Thursday, where nearly 7,000 council seats are up for grabs.

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