In 2015, in one of his first ever PMQs sessions, Jeremy Corbyn confronted the government’s behaviour and the risk it posed to Jewish people, Muslims and other minority groups
Video footage has emerged of one of Jeremy Corbyn’s earliest interventions as Labour leader. During one of his first PMQs (Prime Minister’s Questions) sessions, Corbyn challenged David Cameron to be careful that the Tory government’s rhetoric did not contribute to an increase in “antisemitism, Islamophobia and racism”:
Yet more proof of Jeremy Corbyn’s consistency in standing up for the rights and protections of minority groups against an Establishment all too willing to scapegoat them for its own purposes.
And long before the media decided to push a line saying differently.
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