Academic quits C of E body over chief rabbi's Labour antisemitism comments

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Gus John lambasts Justin Welby’s support amid church’s ‘woeful’ record on racism A leading campaigner against racism has resigned from a Church of England advisory body in protest at thearchbishop of Canterbury’s support for the chiefrabbi’s comments last week on antisemitism in the Labour party. Gus John, a respected author and academic, said: “As a matter of principle, I cannot continue to work with the Anglican church … after the archbishop of Canterbury’s disgraceful endorsement of the chief rabbi’s unjust condemnation of Jeremy Corbyn and the entire Labour party.” Continue reading...
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