The more Jeremy Corbyn is accused of being anti-Semitic the more you start to believe he's got a problem, a caller told Mike Graham.
The Labour leader has been accused of “siding with anti-Semites" by the Board of Deputies of British Jews and the Jewish Leadership Council, after it emerged he allegedly showed support for an anti-Semitic mural six years ago. Corbyn has apologised for what he called "pockets of anti-Semitism" in the party.
Caller Mark said: "The more it goes on the more you realise he's got a problem with this."
Sometimes Corbyn, he said, "just goes missing completely" and is sometimes "condemned by his silence".
"You only needed to look at [the mural] for a brief second to realise that is awful."
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