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One of Momentum’s leading figures has hit out at trendy metropolitan Londoners who enjoy “Macedonian fruit” but dismiss concerns over immigration.

Laura Parker, the national coordinator for the Corbynite campaign group, warned that many communities found cultural change “deeply, deeply unsettling”, but their concerns were too often dismissed by people who only experienced the benefits of immigration.

Her comments were backed up by Labour MP Louise Haigh, who called for her party to remake the case for the positives of multiculturalism.

The remarks came at fringe meeting at the Labour conference in Brighton which focused on how to take on the Brexit Party in an upcoming General Election.

Labour...

One of Momentum’s leading figures has hit out at trendy metropolitan Londoners who enjoy “Macedonian fruit” but dismiss concerns over immigration.

Laura Parker, the national coordinator for the Corbynite campaign group, warned that many communities found cultural change “deeply, deeply unsettling”, but their concerns were too often dismissed by people who only experienced the benefits of immigration.

Her comments were backed up by Labour MP Louise Haigh, who called for her party to remake the case for the positives of multiculturalism.

The remarks came at fringe meeting at the Labour conference in Brighton which focused on how to take on the Brexit Party in an upcoming General Election.

Labour...

One of Momentum’s leading figures has hit out at trendy metropolitan Londoners who enjoy “Macedonian fruit” but dismiss concerns over immigration.

Laura Parker, the national coordinator for the Corbynite campaign group, warned that many communities found cultural change “deeply, deeply unsettling”, but their concerns were too often dismissed by people who only experienced the benefits of immigration.

Her comments were backed up by Labour MP Louise Haigh, who called for her party to remake the case for the positives of multiculturalism.

The remarks came at fringe meeting at the Labour conference in Brighton which focused on how to take on the Brexit Party in an upcoming General Election.

Labour...

One of Momentum’s leading figures has hit out at trendy metropolitan Londoners who enjoy “Macedonian fruit” but dismiss concerns over immigration.

Laura Parker, the national coordinator for the Corbynite campaign group, warned that many communities found cultural change “deeply, deeply unsettling”, but their concerns were too often dismissed by people who only experienced the benefits of immigration.

Her comments were backed up by Labour MP Louise Haigh, who called for her party to remake the case for the positives of multiculturalism.

The remarks came at fringe meeting at the Labour conference in Brighton which focused on how to take on the Brexit Party in an upcoming General Election.

Labour...