Ntumy: Walker comments 'not acceptable anywhere'
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Momentum's Barbara Ntumy on Jackie Walker anti-Semitism claims

The comments by the vice-chair of Momentum appearing to criticise Holocaust Memorial Day at an anti-Semitism training event were "completely inappropriate and out of order", says a Momentum activist

Barbara Ntumy, who is also on the National Union of Students national executive, said they were "not acceptable in that room, they are not acceptable anywhere."

She was speaking to Daily Politics presenter Carolyn Quinn, after Jackie Walker, who is Jewish, said she would not resign from the pro-Corbyn group.

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  • 30 Sep 2016
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