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Labour could face investigation over antisemitism

By Sky News

Labour may have "unlawfully discriminated" against people over antisemitism claims, the equality watchdog has said. The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) has said it could take enforcement action over the complaints, ranging from a voluntary agreement to address the issues raised to a full-blown investigation. It will be contacting the party to set out its concerns and ask for a response within 14 days. Plus, we speak to the father of murdered teenager Jodie Chesney. The father of the murdered teenager has said his daughter was the "nicest person ever" and "wouldn't have done anything to deserve this". The 17-year-old died after being stabbed in the back in an east London park on Friday evening. Speaking to Sky News, her father Peter said: "Someone knows who did this. Just do the right thing. "You'll never know the pain you've caused and the beauty you've taken away. "They've destroyed something beautiful here. It's a disgrace." And John Lewis partners hear what their bonuses will be.

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