Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn confronted allegations of anti-semitism within his party head on as he addressed a May Day rally today.
He told the crowds: "We stand absolutely against anti-semitism in any form, we stand absolutely against racism in any form."
ITV News Political Correspondent Carl Dinnen reports.
Following some interesting conversations with key Labour personnel, here's where I think the party is right now.
Labour leader tells May Day rally his party 'stand absolutely against racism in any form'.
Dianne Abbott said the suggestion Labour had a 'problem' with anti-semitism was a 'smear'.