Holocaust survivor calls on Corbyn to act
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Holocaust survivor: Corbyn must act on anti-Semitism

Susan Pollack, a Holocaust survivor who took part in the march against anti-Semitism earlier this month, says Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn must act on the issue.

She said on the Today programme that anti-Semitism is a "vile, evil kind of behaviour".

Mr Corbyn is set for a crunch meeting on Tuesday with Jewish leaders to discuss what steps he has taken to address anti-Semitism in the Labour Party.

  • 24 Apr 2018
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