Jeremy Corbyn wreath row explained

Jeremy Corbyn wreath row explained
 

Jeremy Corbyn has faced questions about a wreath-laying ceremony he attended in Tunisia in 2014.
The Labour leader has said he visited the cemetery to honour innocent people killed in a 1985 Israeli air strike.
But he has faced criticism because the event took place near memorials for people who were accused of having links to a terrorist attack at the 1972 Olympic Games.
In recent days the issue has returned to the headlines. Here's what we know:
Why was Mr Corbyn in Tunisia? In September 2014, when still a backbench MP, Mr Corbyn attended a conference in Tunis, organised by the Centre for... read more

 
15 August 2018 in Regional, Views: 50
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