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Former deputy leader Harriet Harman urged Mr Corbyn to condemn the abuse of Miss Kuenssberg.
In a message on Twitter she said: 'Is this from the Left?
One compared 'Zionists' to the Nazis and claimed it was part of free speech to be able to ask the question: 'Holocaust: yes or no.'The event, which took place outside the main Labour conference venue but was listed in its official handbook, was titled: 'Free speech on Israel: why we oppose the witch hunt.'Several attendees said claims of anti-Semitism in the Labour Party were part of a plot by the pro-Israel lobby and the Labour right to stop Jeremy Corbyn from becoming prime minister.
And some spoke up in favour of former London mayor Ken Livingstone who remains suspended from the party for claiming that Hitler supported Zionism.
But Tory MP Charlie Elphicke said the move 'smacks of rank hypocrisy' by Labour.
Amigo said the session was to help consumers with low credit scores.÷ The chairman of the Parliamentary Labour Party, John Cryer, said he had seen tweets from party members which made his hair stand on end and were 'redolent of the 1930s'.÷ Another Labour MP, Wes Streeting, criticised Mr Corbyn, saying there were 'too many people in our party, including at the top of the party, who have adopted an ostrich strategy' on anti-Semitism.÷ Fellow MP John Mann said 200 Labour members had forwarded him links to a US white supremacist site to back up Mr Livingstone's claims about Zionism;÷ The Holocaust Educational Trust suggested that in the two years since Mr Corbyn was elected there was a 'fertile ground' for people to express such views.÷ Analysis released last night by the Campaign Against Anti-Semitism found the problem is worse in Labour than any other party.
It's hardly the kinder, gentler politics that Jeremy Corbyn promised.'Yesterday's events horrified moderate Labour MPs.Labour denies building a personality cult around Mr Corbyn.But criticism of the party leader is so frowned on that senior figures yesterday refused to accept he had even lost the general election.Labour was branded the 'new nasty party' last night after an outbreak of intimidation and anti-Semitism at its annual conference.Jeremy Corbyn was urged to act after activists applauded panellists at a fringe meeting who likened supporters of Israel to Nazis.
They are not the sort of people that indulge in intimidation and violence.'But Andrew Percy, a former Tory minister who has also been the target of anti-Semitic abuse, last night described Labour as the 'new nasty party'.