Corbyn slammed for saying Luciana wasn’t ‘hounded out’

THE Jewish Labour Movement has slammed former party leader Jeremy Corbyn after he claimed that ex-Labour MP Luciana Berger was “not hounded out” of the party.

Corbyn, who oversaw the party’s antisemitism crisis, made the comments during a Cambridge Union debate.

He said of the former MP for Liverpool’s Wavertree South: “Luciana was not hounded out of the party.

“She unfortunately decided to resign.

“We gave her all the support she needed and deserved.”

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