Union chief Len McCluskey brands Jewish group’s ‘hostile’ in Labour anti-Semitism row

JEREMY Corbyn’s principal union backer stepped up Labour’s anti-Semitism row by branding Jewish teams “hostile”.

Unite boss Len McCluskey accused the Jewish group of dismissing the Labour chief’s efforts to “build bridges”.

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Unite boss Len McCluskey has been slammed for showing to help Jeremy Corbyn’s place within the anti-Semitism row[/caption]

He urged Jewish leaders to “engage in dialogue” before bad blood “becomes entrenched”.

It follows Mr Corbyn’s refusal to apologise for appearing to lay a wreath honouring Palestinian terrorists.

The Board of Deputies of British Jews known as Mr McCluskey’s assault “unfair and unwarranted”.

Labour MP Ian Austin stated it was “disgraceful”.

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Jeremy Corbyn is beneath hearth having refused to apologise for attending a wreath-laying ceremony in honour of Palestinian terrorists[/caption]

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