Tommy Corbyn said police arrested a man in March after a swastika was daubed on the window of his CBD shop in Finsbury Park, North London .
Piers Corbyn appears in court to deny charges that he contravened coronavirus rules by protesting.
Brother of former Labour leader cites freedom of expression and right to protest in defence against charges
Labour Together, a group including MPs Ed Miliband and Lucy Powell, party members, union leaders and media figures, has investigated a crushing defeat it said was was 'a long time coming'.
Piers Corbyn, 73, faces two charges after attending protests in central London last month
Piers Corbyn, brother of former Labour leader Jeremy appeared this afternoon in Westminster Magistrates' Court, pictured, where he denied two charges of breaching lockdown regulations.
Piers Corbyn has been charged for breaking lockdown laws at two protests by conspiracy theorists
In a dig at his predecessor, Sir Keir, pictured, said he no longer wanted to hear voters say they 'don't think the Labour Party values the Armed Forces'.
Piers Corbyn, 73, has been charged with taking part in demonstrations on May 16 and May 24 in Hyde Park in central London. He is due to appear at Westminster Magistrates' Court.
Mr Corbyn had previously put both controversial figures forward for elevation to the Upper House, alongside his key aide Karie Murphy - but all three are understood to have been rejected.
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Defeat has deep roots stretching back 20 years, warns Ed Miliband's Labour Together report