“I discover it very tough, very tough now, to see how any rational choice maker might enable Mr Livingstone to remain in our occasion,” the peer mentioned.
“He has introduced it repeatedly into disrepute. He has introduced disgrace upon it and his personal legacy.
“And we have to apologise to Jewish members, supporters and voters for the insult, the incendiary remarks, equating folks making an attempt to flee Nazis with Nazis themselves.”
Mr Livingstone – who has been suspended for 2 years – has vowed to battle to remain within the occasion, insisting he has been punished for telling “the reality”.
However Baroness Chakrabarti added: “Regardless of the knowledge of the unique choice to droop, most likely within the mild of his years of contribution, he’s repeated the offence.
“And so, now, there’s a new much more aggravated case to think about within the mild of latest feedback and their impact maybe on some native election outcomes.
“In order I say, it will not be my choice however these things is everywhere in the public document. And I’m sorry to say it however I don’t imagine that Ken Livingstone can any longer be within the Labour occasion.
Labour antisemitism row: What Livingstone mentioned
Nonetheless, controversially, the peer – who carried out her inquiry into antisemitism inside Labour for Jeremy Corbyn, in 2016 – hinted that its former normal secretary had didn’t act swiftly.
Labour moderates have defended the position performed by Iain McNicol, who left earlier this 12 months, believing the chief’s workplace obstructed firmer motion.
However Baroness Chakrabarti, chatting with the BBC’s Sunday Politics programme, mentioned: “I believe the explanations for that lack of implementation are partly, wanting again, that factionalism at occasions received in the way in which on either side of that debate.
“I’m actually delighted to say that Jennie Formby [the new general secretary] has taken most likely extra motion to implement my report within the final month than has occurred in two years.”
Mr Livingstone has denied that his declare that Hitler, at one level, supported Zionism amounted to saying the dictator was a Zionist.
Earlier this month, he instructed an interviewer: “What’s been so dangerous is that, two years on, this smear about me continues to be there unchallenged.”
Nonetheless, the previous mayor admitted the allegation had most likely price Labour the possibility to grab management of Barnet council, saying: “If anybody believes I mentioned Hitler was a Zionist, sure, that’s damaging.”
Labour councillors within the London borough – an space with a big Jewish inhabitants – have blamed the allegations of antisemitism within the occasion for his or her defeat this month.