Labour Against the Witchhunt (LAW) is a campaign oriented towards the Labour movement, but we also accept as members those who have resigned from the Labour Party or never joined in the first place (as well as all those who have been suspended and expelled, of course).
We urge all those who oppose Labour’s witchhunt against Corbyn supporters and critics of Israel/Zionism to stay in the Party and fight.
Labour Against the Witchhunt welcomes the participation of all people who support its three key aims:
1. an end to automatic suspensions and expulsions;
2. rejection of the IHRA definition of anti-Semitism, which conflates anti-Semitism with anti-Zionism and support for the rights of the Palestinian people;
3. abolition of Labour’s ‘compliance unit’ (now called ‘Legal and Governance’, but still made up of unelected bureaucrats).