UK Labour leader Corbyn says his party has apologized over anti-Semitism
Wednesday, 27 November 2019 Opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said on Wednesday his party had already apologized over anti-Semitism, after Britain's chief rabbi accused him of being unfit to be prime minister for failing to tackle the "poison".
Jeremy Corbyn has accused the Chief Rabbi of being wrong about part of his criticism of Labour's handling of anti-Semitism, as he vowed to root out the "poisonous" blight from society. But much of Tuesday's discussion with The Andrew Neil Interviews focused on anti-Semitism after Ephraim Mirvis's...
Rebecca Long-Bailey's campaign for Labour Party leader has been given a boost after she received the backing of Unite, Britain's second-biggest trade union. Ms Long-Bailey, a frontrunner in the race to..
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