Corbyn facing fresh questions in Labour anti-Semitism row

Corbyn facing fresh questions in Labour anti-Semitism row after activist has suspension lifted and Israeli sister party complains of being snubbed

  • Jackie Walker’s suspension has been lifted after she allegedly said ‘many Jews’ were financiers of the slave trade
  • Activists insisted she was right to speak out on matters of ‘political and historical importance’
  • Concerns decision could open the door for Ken Livingstone to be re-admitted to party 
  • Meanwhile Corbyn criticised for failing to reply to letter from sister party in Israel 

Jeremy Corby is facing fresh questions over anti-Semitism within Labour after an activist had her suspension lifted and its Israeli sister party complained of being snubbed.

Jackie Walker was suspended earlier this month after the Jewish Chronicle complained about comments on social media.

The prominent Corbyn cheerleader allegedly said ‘many Jews’ were chief financiers of the slave trade.

The Kent activist and South Thanet vice-chair, who is also a member of the pro-Jeremy Corbyn Momentum movement, described the past few weeks as ‘a living nightmare’.

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