The Jewish Labour Movement has passed a motion of no confidence in UK Labour party leader Jeremy Corbyn on Sunday.
This comes after earlier reports stated that despite previous allegations that the Labour Party hadn't been successful in handling numerous complains with regards to anti-Semitism, the Jewish Labour Movement would hold a vote of confidence in support of Jeremy Corbyn on Sunday. Earlier in the week, more than 100 Labour lawmakers submitted a letter to the group, urging it to stay with the party.
Labour has been facing allegations of anti-Semitism over the past few years. Several party members were suspended after it was revealed they had made anti-Semitic remarks. Corbyn has consistently rejected the accusations, pledging to redouble efforts to fight anti-Semitism within the party.