Jeremy Corbyn attacked in furious rant as expert claims Labour has become ...

JEREMY CORBYN was brutally grilled for his approach to dealing with anti-Semitism and allowing the Labour Party to descend into the "nasty party" by an anti-Corbyn campaigner who was speaking to talkRADIO host Mike Graham.

PUBLISHED: 11:34, Tue, Jan 28, 2020 | UPDATED: 11:34, Tue, Jan 28, 2020

Campaign Against Corbynism director James Bickerton took aim at the Labour leader for allowing the Labour Party to fall into disarray. While on talkRADIO with Mike Graham the pair agreed the Labour Party had become “a nasty piece of work.” Mr Bickerton also explained Jeremy Corbyn had failed to satisfyingly deal with anti-Semitism according to some in the Jewish community.

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Mr Graham said: “It was one of the things I used to say a lot of on Twitter, that the Labour Party was the real ‘nasty party’.

“This is because one of their slogans was about the Tories being the 'nasty party' because they want to kill people.

“Which is, of course, absolute rubbish.

“The Labour Party has really become a very nasty piece of work.”

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Mr Bickerton added: “They have also become astonishingly racist.

“One of the things that motivated me to start the group was because of a protest back in 2018 outside Parliament by British Jews worried about anti-Semitism in the Labour Party.

“I went down as a journalism student to kind of talk to people and I filmed quite a lot of interviews.

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