Corbyn apologises for antisemitism in Labour party

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Labour leader says: ‘Obviously I’m very sorry for what has happened’ * Latest election news - live updates Jeremy Corbyn has apologised to the Jewish community for antisemitic incidents involving Labour party members and said he was dealing with the issue. The Labour leader said: “Obviously I’m very sorry for what has happened,” after being asked to apologise directly by presenter Philip Schofield, in an interview on ITV’s This Morning. Continue reading...

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