Corbyn Sorry over anti-Semitism. Watch his apology being drawn out of him by Paul Scholfied.
Jeremy Corbyn apologised again for incidents of anti-Semitism in Labour.
The party leader said sorry twice in 2018. But was criticised for refusing to do so four times in a recent interview with the BBC’s Andrew Neil.
Mr Corbyn was asked repeatedly on ITV’s This Morning by Phillip Schofield to apologise. He said: “Obviously I am very sorry for everything that has happened.”
Labour‘s been dealing with the row over the extent of anti-Semitism within the party for more than three years.
It was reignited during the election campaign after the Chief Rabbi, Ephraim Mirvis, claimed “a new poison – sanctioned from the very top – had taken root” in Labour.
In response, Mr Corbyn said anti-Jewish racism was “vile and wrong”. It would not be tolerated in any form under a future Labour government.
He said internal processes for dealing with anti-Semitism cases were “constantly under review”. His door would be open to Rabbi Mirvis and other faith leaders to discuss their concerns if he entered Downing Street.
Is it a good thing Jeremy Corbyn has apologised? Has he left it a bit late? Will it change the mind of voters?
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