Labour party ejects jailed peer
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Lord Ahmed of Rotherham, jailed last week for dangerous driving, has been expelled from the Labour Party. A party spokesman said: “Under the party’s rules, any member who receives a custodial sentence is subject to automatic exclusion”. He is able to reapply to the party after a fixed period of time. Last month he claimed British Jewish students had been recruited to join the Israeli army and should be prosecuted for war crimes.