Shadow chancellor John McDonnell calls on Alan Sugar to ‘disown’ tweet depicting Jeremy Corbyn sat next to Hitler

British businessman Alan Sugar attends the State Opening of Parliament, in the House of Lords within the Palace of Westminster, London November 18, 2009.

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John McDonnell has called on Alan Sugar to “delete and disown” a tweet depicting Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn sat in a car alongside Adolf Hitler.

Lord Sugar, a former Labour peer, shared the image with his 5.5 million witter followers as Corbyn battled to get a handle on the anti-Semitism row that has enveloped his party.

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