Via Jewish Chronicle:
The two members of the Oxford University Labour Club who were accused of engaging in antisemitic acts in front of Jewish students have been cleared by party officials.
Today Labour’s National Executive Committee disputes panel ruled that the investigation into the allegations should be dropped.
It is believed the decision will be formally rubber-stamped by the full NEC in a matter of weeks.
Members of Oxford University Labour Club were claimed to have discussed Zionists rigging British elections, frequently used the abusive term “Zio” and said that European attacks on Jews were justified because of Gaza.
The investigation into the OULC was launched after Jewish students at the university revealed a list of what they said were examples of antisemitism from Labour-supporting students.