Depsite the mounting pressure on Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, his party is pulling away in the polls.
A poll, by Survation, has given Labour an extra one per cent taking the party to 41 per cent, while the Tories are down to 37 per cent, a reduction of one point.
The poll, carried out between 31st Aug and 1st Sept, also placed the Liberal Democrats and UKIP on six per cent each.
However, a YouGov survey from a few days ago that gave the Conservatives a two-point lead over Labour.
That poll gave the Conservatives 39, Labour 37, the Lib Dems 10, UKIP five.
Labour MPs voted to accept the internationally accepted definition of anti-Semitism, including its examples.
The Parliamentary Labour Party overwhelmingly passed a vote 205-8, which officially accepts the IHRA definition.