Labour's largest trade union backer has promised to review its financial support after the party decided to pay off former staff who sued it in an anti-Semitism row.
Unite leader Len McCluskey told the Observer that Labour should not be "taking Unite's money for granted".
The party agreed last month to a "substantial" payout to seven whistleblowers who spoke to the BBC.
Claims of anti-Semitism within Labour dogged Jeremy Corbyn's time as leader.
In a July 2019 BBC Panorama programme, entitled Is Labour Anti-Semitic?, a number of former party officials alleged that senior figures close to the ...
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