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”.
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”.
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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