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Jeremy Corbyn questioned about Willsman comments

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Jeremy Corbyn questioned about Willsman comments

Jeremy Corbyn questioned about Willsman comments

Jeremy Corbyn was asked by a reporter about senior Labour member Pete Willsman, who has been suspended from the party after he was apparently caught on tape claiming anti-Semitism had been "whipped up" by the Israeli embassy working within the party.

The Labour leader was in Peterborough on Saturday morning campaigning ahead of a by-election in the constituency next week.

Report by Jonesia.

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