Labour: Corbyn's party suspension lifted, but he won't be a Labour MP
Former Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn will not have the party's whip restored, his successor Sir Keir Starmer has announced.
It means that Mr Corbyn will still not officially be a Labour MP, despite his suspension as a party member having been lifted by a disciplinary panel on Tuesday evening.
The MP for Islington North had been suspended by Labour several weeks ago following his response to a damning report by the Equalities and Human Rights Commission (EHRC).
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