Labour MP forced to scrap Commons invite for leader of Yemen anti-Jewish rebel group

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A LABOUR MP has been forced to remove a senior Houthi figure from an event he is hosting in Parliament tomorrow – hours after The Sun exposed the highly controversial invite. Lloyd Russell-Moyle was due to host Ahmed Alshami – a leading figure of the Houthi movement whose slogan includes “curse the Jews”. The rebel […]
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