Monday, 3 September 2018

Labour Party official in anti-Semitism row elected to ruling body



A Labour Party official who suggested Jewish "Trump fanatics" were behind accusations of anti-Semitism in Labour ranks has been re-elected to the party's ruling body.

 
Peter Willsman was criticised when a recording of his remarks emerged in July, and the pro-Corbyn Momentum group withdrew its backing for him.


But he is one of nine people elected to Labour's National Executive Committee.


The remaining eight members of Momentum's slate were also elected.






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