Britain’s top police officer will pass on a dossier on anti-Semitism in Labour to experts to see whether crimes have been committed. Met Police Commissioner Cressida Dick says she will pass the document to one of her teams who specialise in hate crime. Her comments came as Labour’s ruling NEC met to discuss new measures to tackle anti-Semitism within the party. Among the messages are “We shall rid the Jews who are cancer on us all….” and “Zionist extremist MP who hates civilised people about to get a good kicking”, according to LBC, which saw the file drawn up by Mak Chishty, who was in charge of dealing with hate crime for the Met until last year. Met Police Commissioner Cressida Dick revealed she would pass this to her investigative team, saying: “We take hate crime very seriously. “If somebody makes an allegation to us, absolutely we will take it seriously, we will scope it, we will see if a crime has taken place. “First instance, does it look like a crime, which is perhaps what Mak has done, I don’t know. “I will pass this to my experts to deal with. Well see if a crime has been committed. “The law is quite complicated, the bar is quite high”. Mak Chisty told LBC that 17 of the incidents in the dossier should have been reported by Labour to the police as a race-hate incident for investigation.