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Corbyn documentary pulled from Glastonbury now available online

A FILM about how Jeremy Corbyn was targeted by a co-ordinated campaign to undermine his leadership of the Labour Party with false accusations of anti-semitism is now available online.

Oh Jeremy Corbyn — The Big Lie was due to be screened at last year’s Glastonbury festival but was dropped by organisers after they were hit by an online smear campaign which accused the film itself of anti-semitism.

It has contributions from famous film director Ken Loach, Morning Star political correspondent and former Corbyn adviser Andrew Murray and Naomi Wimborne-Idrissi of Jewish Voice for Labour.

Producer Norman Thomas said: “Demand to see the film is still growing so we are now making the film freely available online so that as many people as possible can see the truth about what happened to Jeremy Corbyn.”

He added that events in Gaza have given the film a new significance, which will be explored in the documentary maker Platform Films’s follow-up production — Big Lie II.

Oh Jeremy Corbyn — The Big Lie is available on



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