Chris Williamson will not be allowed to stand as a candidate for Labour in December.
Members of Labour’s ruling NEC suspended Chris Williamson, the MP for Derby North, who has been accused of repeatedly downplaying antisemitism in the party.
They took the same decision for Jarrow MP, Stephen Hepburn, who has been suspended over sexual harassment allegations and Roger Godsiff, the Labour MP for Birmingham Hall Green who sided with protesters opposing LGBT education in primary schools.
Selection panels will now decide on candidates for Derby North, Jarrow and Birmingham Hall Green.
But they failed to take a decision for Keith Vaz who last week was given an unprecedented six-month ban from parliament for offering to buy cocaine for sex workers and obstructing inquiries by the standards commissioner.
It is understood Mr Vaz’s position remains under review.
Williamson was suspended by the party in February after he claimed that Labour had been “too apologetic” in response to criticism of its handling of antisemitism allegations.
The Derby North MP was readmitted to Labour and issued with a formal warning following a hearing of Labour’s National Executive Committee antisemitism panel in June.
But he was suspended again in July after a second panel reviewed the decision to reinstate him and found it “cannot safely stand” after outrage from MPs and Jewish groups.
Labour also imposed a separate suspension on September 3 over additional allegations of misconduct.
Fiona Sharpe, spokesman for Labour Against Antisemitism, said the ruling on Mr Williamson is “too late in coming and totally inadequate.”
She added: ” Mr Williamson should have been expelled from the Labour Party years ago, when his views first started appearing in public.
” Instead the Labour Party appeared to drag its feet and, in our opinion, failed to take the appropriate action – an appalling demonstration of the alleged institutional racism now being investigated by the Equalities and Human Rights Commission.
” Acting at the eleventh hour in this haphazard way just appears to show that the Labour Party can’t be trusted to protect the minority communities it purports to stand up for.”
In June Roger Godsiff was given a dressing down by the party’s chief whip for telling campaigners protesting against LGBT teaching at a Birmingham primary school “you’re right”.
The MP for the city’s Hall Green constituency which is home to Anderton Park Primary School, also told protesters they had a “just cause”, as he criticised the headteacher.
Shadow education secretary Angela Rayner reported the “discriminatory and irresponsible” comments to chief whip Nick Brown who ticked off Mr Godsiff.
The scrabble to stand in his seat will be one to watch as anti-war campaigner Salma Yaqoob is expected to stand.
The NEC has placed Ms Yaqoob, a former leader of the rival Respect party, on the shortlist to be West Midlands Mayor angering activists and MPs.
Ms Yaqoob has unusually been allowed to stand for the party just two years after standing against a Labour candidate and despite the bitter campaign she waged against Labour’s Naz Shah.
Last month Jarrow MP Stephen Hepburn was suspended from the party while a complaint of sexual harassment against him was investigated.
The accusations against Mr Hepburn are understood to surround claims of inappropriate behaviour towards a woman in 2005.
Mr Hepburn said at the time that he “completely refutes” the allegation.