Jeremy Corbyn’s Legal Action Fighting Fund Tops £340,000

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Supporters of Jeremy Corbyn continue to pour money into the former labour leaders legal fund. Image: Twitter

Jeremy Corbyn supporters have so far poured in £340,000 into his legal fighting fund as the former Labour leader is suspended from the party row over an anti-Semitism report.

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The donations were made to a Go Fund Me site that was set initially up in July by a supporter after Mr Corbyn faced legal action for criticising the party’s decision to apologise and pay damages to anti-Semitism. On this Thursday alone, around £10,000 was donated by supporters, bumping the total figure in the ‘fund’ to more than £345,000, even though the target was just £20,000.

The former Labour leader was suspended from his party on Thursday for downplaying a damning report into anti-Semitism. Mr Corbyn had said the findings of the EHRC’s report were ‘dramatically overstated’  His comments prompted current Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer to promptly suspend him.

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