Nazi Controversy Engulfs Labour Days Before U.K.-Wide Votes

  • Deputy leader Watson pledges to tackle racism in the party
  • Newspaper headlines dominated by party's `civil war'

Jeremy Corbyn delivers a speech in Brighton, on Sept. 29, 2015.

Photographer: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

A week before nationwide elections in the U.K., opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn found himself fighting off a crisis over anti-Semitism that threatens to engulf his party and thrust it further into the political wilderness.

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