Board Of Deputies Slams Corbyn’s Failure To Tackle Claims Of Labour Anti-Semitism

Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn has been accused of failing to take anti-Semitism seriously – but he promised an “immediate” investigation of any allegations. British Board of Deputies president Jonathan Arkush attacked Mr Corbyn’s “deeply disturbing” response to a tweet by his brother criticising a Jewish Labour MP, saying Mr Corbyn could not be “inert” where abuse in the party was alleged. Mr Arkush’s comments came as part of a broad attack calling for a root and branch examination of the party’s approach to the Jewish community. He said: “In the last few weeks we have witnessed a stream of clear cut

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