General election 2019: Jeremy Corbyn apologises over anti-Semitism row

The incident took place outside Sainbury's on Borough High Street

The incident took place outside Sainbury's on Borough High Street

"Nowhere is that more obvious than in the Labour Party, where Jeremy Corbyn is now the politician of choice for anti-Semites".

A spokesperson for LAAS said the group had released the list - which it said amounted to "around 5% of all Labour candidates" - in response to Corbyn's statement about the antisemitism scandals that have plagued Labour since 2015 during a national television interview on Wednesday.

However he floundered when Mr Neil detailed particular circumstances of anti-Semitism by Labour members who confronted little or no sanction.

New research makes it clear that Jeremy Corbyn's most ardent supporters "more likely to be anti-Semitic". "I'm also the head manager of the whole composting arrangements".

Mr Corbyn added: 'If the doc will not be correct, then why is it, it has been on the market all this time, no minister has claimed it is inaccurate. He'd allow a homeless family to live there.

I am dealing with it, I have dealt with it.' He added: 'Other parties are also affected by anti-Semitism.

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"Anti-Semitism is a vile evil in our society".

The longstanding politician, an MP since 1983, appeared to admit during the interview that he did not know when the Queen's message is aired on Christmas Day.

Mr Corbyn began to answer, saying, "can I make it clear.", but was interrupted by the presenter who said, "no, just say sorry".

"People will find it utterly chilling that in 2019, large swathes of the Jewish community are considering the drastic step of leaving the country they love because they fear racism in our politics", noted Gideon Falter, Chief Executive of Campaign against Anti-Semitism. "And where there's been delays, by my party, in instituting a process, of course I apologise to those that suffered as a result of it", he said.

Interviewer Julie Etchingham asked him: "John McDonnell [the shadow chancellor] said he wouldn't move into Number 11". I enjoy the presence of my family and friends around Christmas.

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