Former Labour MP, Ian Austin, now an independent, made a scathing attack on Jeremy Corbyn and John McDonnell accusing them of “supporting terrorists and anti-Semites” and calling out the Labour leader’s links to Hezbollah and Hamas.

The rebuke of the Labour leadership by the Dudley North MP came in the final debate ahead of the UK government’s decision to suspend Parliament. 

MUST WATCH: Ian Austin MP launches tirade on Corbyn and McDonnell accusing them of terror links

TONIGHT: As Parliament prepares for suspension, former Labour MP Ian Austin, now an Independent, has made a scathing attack on Jeremy Corbyn and John McDonnell accusing them of "supporting terrorists and anti-Semites" and calling out the Labour leader's links to Hezbollah and Hamas.

Posted by Christians United for Israel – UK on Monday, 9 September 2019

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