In an Arabic TV interview, Ken Livingstone reportedly said: 'The creation of the state of Israel was fundamentally wrong'
The subtle point was that with him as mayor, transport policy would be for all drivers to blow themselves up, and you can’t see the unions agreeing to that
John Prescott has labelled him a ‘clown’, but 54% of Londoners believe he has been a success. John Rentoul examines how Mr Johnson has performed in the key areas for which he is responsible since taking the job in 2008
The former Prime Minister said he was looking forward to 'strong conclusions' from an internal inquiry
By railing against media ‘smears’ there is a danger of playing into the hands of those who are – and who believe the outrageous conspiracy theories about the world being run by a cabal of Jewish newsmakers
'There is no basis for arguing that the Labour party is riddled with antisemitism'
'I accept that the comments that Livingstone has made make it more difficult for Londoners of Jewish faith to feel that the Labour party is a place for them'
The former Mayor of London says he 'regrets' mentioning Hitler but refuses to say 'sorry' for doing so
'They're trying to get rid of Jeremy Corbyn, there's a slow motion coup. The real target is Jeremy Corbyn'
The scandal is seen by many as part of a wider problem for Labour's left wing
Criticism comes in wake of Ken Livingstone's suspension for suggesting Hitler was a Zionist
Corbyn is on a fast learning curve. A half-hearted approach by the Labour leader would not only lose Jewish voters but repel others too
I have never seen anything like it. Things got rowdy in the Labour Party in the early 1980s. But not quite like this
Suspension follows extraordinary morning for party, during which former Mayor of London is subjected to verbal attack by Labour MP in front of TV cameras
The party is descending into chaos over ongoing accusations of antisemitism at the highest level
The former mayor of London defended embattled MP Naz Shah