Cabinet minister Sajid Javid piles pressure on Jeremy Corbyn over anti-Semitism amid three billboards protest

Communities Secretary Sajid Javid piled pressure today on Jeremy Corbyn to root out anti-Semitism in the Labour Party.

He tweeted this morning: “Another big day in Parliament today with first General Debate on antisemitism.

“Sincerely hoping @jeremycorbyn will make time to at least listen to, if not speak about, this important issue #EnoughisEnough”

Activists also drove three large billboards past Westminster and Labour headquarters in central London ahead of the debate.

Sajid Javid out pressure on Jeremy Corbyn ahead of Tuesday’s debate

The three billboards carried the messages: “Holocaust deniers harboured by Labour”, “failure to act on antisemitism” and “Institutional antisemitism in Corbyn’s Labour”.

A convoy of three billboard advertising vans with an anti-semitism message for Jeremy Corbyn drive around Westminster (PA)

Mr Corbyn has said he is acting against anti-Semitism within Labour ranks.

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