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Hunters: Should Killing Nazis be Entertaining?
Feb 25, 2020  |  by Gideon Silverstone
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Hunters: Should Killing Nazis be Entertaining?
The controversial Amazon series means well but misses the mark.

Should killing Nazis be entertaining? Should we watch a shoot ‘em up comic book stylized TV series about Holocaust survivors who try to hunt down and murder Nazis in 1970s America while they are trying to reconstitute a Fourth Reich? If your answer is no, then don’t watch Hunters.

Hunters is a new Amazon Prime video series created by David Weil and executive produced by Jordan Peele. It follows Peter Parker-esque Jonah Heidelbaum whose Holocaust survivor grandmother is murdered. When he tries to find her killer he runs into wealthy and enigmatic Meyer Offerman (think Bruce Wayne meets your Zadie) and his motley crew of Nazi killers (think any bank heist movie). The whole thing is kind of like Quentin Tarantino meets Holocaust survivors.

Hunters is not based on a true story. It’s about as fake as Al Pacino’s Yiddish accent.
But should Quentin Tarantino really be meeting Holocaust survivors? Spoiler alert: the answer is no.

Hunters is not based on a true story. It’s about as fake as Al Pacino’s Yiddish accent. But there are kernels of truth buried beneath the surface which unfortunately get lost. There were indeed Nazi “hunters” who existed after the war, the most famous of whom was Simon Wiesenthal who helped find Nazis including Franz Stangl, the commander of the Treblinka and Sobibor camps. In 1977 Rabbi Marvin Heir created the Simon Wiesenthal Center and hired Ephraim Zuroff as their resident Nazi “hunter” whose work helped lead to the trials of more than 40 Nazis and their collaborators. But the operative word there is “trials”. There was no revenge taking vigilante murders. There were trials by courts of law.

Hunters tries hard to cloak itself in Jewish values. In fact, at the outset of the series Meyer Offerman says as much: “This is not murder, this is a mitzvah.” Later, Mindy Markowitz, one of the gang of hunters tells Jonah, “Your savta had no choice but to be involved in this because she went through the war, but you do Jonah. She chose the darkness so that you could have the light.” But that’s not the Jewish approach, is it? We never fostered a culture of Holocaust survivors bent on bloodthirsty revenge. Their best revenge has been to rebuild vibrant Jewish families with children and grandchildren who carry on the faith that the Nazis tried to snuff out.
 
But Hunters creator David Weil had other ideas. He said, “…to be able to show a Jewish superhero with might, with power, with strength, not just a Jew who is as the media often portrays us, as ineffectual or intellectual only or nebbishy … that was so important to me.” Great idea, poor implementation.

Here’s a thought: maybe there are lots of Jewish superheroes out there but people are just using the wrong definition of what makes a superhero?

Jews don’t believe in turning the other cheek. We practice robust self defense, not vengeance.
Now, some anti-Semites out there might say, “Of course there’s a gang of bloodthirsty Jews seeking murderous revenge – it’s called the Israeli Army!” But we know how to answer those anti-Semites, don’t we? Israel is the lone Jewish country in the middle of a sea of hostile Arab nations many of whom are committed to Israel’s destruction. There are countless terrorist groups operating inside Israel’s borders and the Israeli army has to do whatever is in its power to defend its citizens. That’s why the Israeli army is called the I.D.F. – the Israeli Defense Forces. Mistakes surely happen in the fog of war, but even still the IDF is the most moral army in the world.

“Well,” our anti-Semite may retort, “What about the film Munich that documents how the Mossad hunted down those responsible for killing the 11 Israeli Olympic athletes?” Those terrorists were still actively engaged in operations against Jewish people. As the Talmud says, “If someone comes to kill you, rise up and kill him first.” Jews don’t believe in turning the other cheek. We practice robust self defense, not vengeance. That’s the crucial difference.

The way we honor the memory of the six million is by committing ourselves never to forget. We rebuild our Jewish families and our Jewish state in their honor. We perform acts of loving kindness, not acts of vengeance. That’s the Jewish definition of a hero. And we want to be heroes, not hunters.



Labour asks Facebook to ban groups pushing antisemitic hate to its supporters
Party petitions social media giant to take action against left-wing groups in extraordinary bid to stamp out anti-Jewish racism.
By MATHILDE FROT
February 26, 2020, 12:04 pm  1
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Screenshot of a group banned in December (Credit: Sussex Friends of Israel)
Labour has petitioned Facebook to take action against left-wing groups sympathetic to the party in an extraordinary bid to stamp out antisemitism, Jewish News understands.

Staff working in Labour’s governance and legal unit, which investigates disciplinary cases, are thought to have contacted Facebook last year to demand some 11 groups identified as containing antisemitic content be moderated or removed.

It is believed the officials alleged the groups’ administrators are pushing extreme antisemitic content towards some Labour-supporting Facebook users, including conspiracy theories about Jewish people, Holocaust denial and explicit hatred of Jews.

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During a meeting in October, Labour staff are said to have delivered four reports to the social media giant, totalling 100 pages – containing 250 pieces of evidence and identifying several Facebook users believed to spread prejudice on social media.

One of the groups, entitled “Truthers Against Zionist Lobbies,” was closed down in December after an intervention from the Countdown presenter Rachel Riley, who submitted evidence to Facebook.

Labour staff reportedly renewed their appeal to the social media company during another meeting on 11 February, where they provided further evidence of alleged antisemitism.

None of the administrators are thought to be current party members – though some have been expelled or suspended.

Labour’s general secretary Jennie Formby raised  antisemitism concerns to the moderators and administrators of several Facebook groups sympathetic to Labour in 2018.

Officials noticed some improvements in some – but not all groups.

A Labour Party source said: “The party is taking action against individual Labour members over antisemitism but we don’t have the power to police the internet. Facebook needs to step up to stamp out hate on their platform.”

A spokesman for Facebook said several of the accounts and posts were removed and that community standards “make very clear that there is absolutely no place for hate speech” on the website.

“Since these groups and pages were brought to our attention, we have started a thorough investigation and, to date, have removed multiple accounts and pieces of violating content,” he said.

He added: “These are very difficult issues and we know that there is content here which, while not against our rules, is still offensive. That is why we are constantly developing and reviewing our policies, and consulting with organisations here in the UK and around the world, to try to ensure we’re getting it right.

“We are currently exploring what additional steps we can take to enhance our rules in this area, particularly in cases like this which involve hateful stereotypes.”

The Labour Party is currently being investigated by the Equalities and Human Rights Commission over allegations of antisemitism – making it the second political party to be probed by the human rights watchdog.
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https://news.sky.com/story/corbyn-and-brexit-to-blame-for-labours-defeat-according-to-poll-from-tory-peer-lord-ashcroft-11931076?fbclid=IwAR0hfliQUR_UyGLTWGDpwfIVR3-p1leIhm5_Y9VgG8LIX8PzjFwPzlPSP9o
Damning new poll of 'real voters' suggest reasons Corbyn lost the election
The poll suggests that the Labour leader was seen as weak, indecisive and lacking in patriotism by voters in December's election.
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Jeremy Corbyn will stand down as Labour leader in April
Jeremy Corbyn's unpopularity - as well as Brexit - was a major reason for Labour's worst general election result since 1935, according to a damning new poll of "real voters" by Tory pollster Lord Ashcroft.
His polling suggests Mr Corbyn was seen as weak, indecisive, lacking in patriotism, had "apparent terrorist sympathies", failed to deal with antisemitism, was "excessively left-wing" and unsuitable to lead the country.

Lord Ashcroft also claims traditional Labour voters deserted the party because it had lost touch with them and "looked down on them while taking their voters for granted" - and they believed its manifesto was "pie in the sky".

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Why did Labour lose in its heartlands?
But the better news for Labour in Lord Ashcroft's polling is that most of its defectors to the Tories in the December election did not rule out returning to the party and were prepared to desert Boris Johnson and the Tories if he fails to deliver.

The findings by Lord Ashcroft, a millionaire and former Conservative grandee, will no doubt be dismissed by Labour activists and Corbyn loyalists since it contradicts the findings of the party's own inquiry into his heavy defeat, which did not blame the Labour leader.

"No doubt some will be suspicious of my motives. I'm a Tory, after all - indeed, a former deputy chairman of the party," Lord Ashcroft acknowledges in his introduction to his report, Diagnosis Of Defeat: Labour's Turn To Smell The Coffee, which he claims is "a pitiless but objective assessment".

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"There are two answers to that," he says.

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"The first is that the country needs a strong opposition. Britain will be better governed if those doing the governing are kept on their toes.

"Moreover, at its best, the Labour Party has been a great force for decency, speaking up for people throughout the country and ensuring nobody is forgotten. We need it to reclaim that role.

"The second answer is that you don't have to trust me - just listen to what real voters have to say."

Labour leadership candidate Emily Thornberry rated Jeremy Corbyn two out of ten on antisemitism and zero for the election. 

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Lord Ashcroft says his report is based on extensive polling both among the general public and Labour Party members, together with focus groups with former Labour voters in seats the party lost to the Conservatives in December.

He says his research looks at those who voted Labour in 2017 but not in 2019, and compares their reasons for switching away from Labour with party members' understanding of why they lost.

Lord Ashcroft says his findings include:

Labour defectors were most likely to say they switched because they did not want Mr Corbyn to be prime minister, did not believe Labour would be able to deliver on their promises, no longer thought Labour represented people like them, and wanted to get Brexit done. Labour members thought the result was due to Brexit dominating the election, the media giving an unfair view of Mr Corbyn and Labour, and voters believing Conservative lies
Though many voted to get Brexit done, this did not mean they would necessarily now switch back to Labour. The principle that the party had refused to listen to them and implement the referendum result was at least as serious for defectors as the issue of Brexit itself
Contrary to Labour's official inquiry, Mr Corbyn was a major reason for Labour's loss of support. Former Labour voters in focus groups criticised what they saw as his weakness, indecision, lack of patriotism, apparent terrorist sympathies, failure to deal with antisemitism, outdated and excessively left-wing worldview, and obvious unsuitability to lead the country. Many described the 2019 Labour manifesto as "pie in the sky"
Aside from Brexit and Corbyn, many former Labour voters thought the party had ceased to represent them more generally, and was now mostly for students, the unemployed, and "middle-class radicals". There was a widespread feeling that the party looked down on them while taking their votes for granted
Despite this, most did not rule out returning to Labour in the future if the party changed. Many emphasised that they would now take each election as it comes. Though they were pleased with the election result and expected Boris Johnson to deliver, they would be prepared to look elsewhere if they were disappointed
Of the leadership contenders, Sir Keir Starmer scored the highest ratings among Labour members and voters as a whole. However, some Labour defectors associated him with the attempt to stop Brexit. Emily Thornberry was remembered as having "slagged off someone because he had an England flag outside his house", and Rebecca Long Bailey was described as "Jeremy in a skirt". Lisa Nandy was less well known, but some gave her credit for speaking out against Mr Corbyn's leadership.
LONDON, ENGLAND - DECEMBER 12: Jeremy Corbyn, leader of the Labour Party, visits the vote count in his Islington North constituency on December 12, 2019 in London, England. Corbyn, who has held the Islington North seat since 1983, is expected to step down as leader if his party is dealt a decisive defeat by the Conservatives, led by Prime Minister Boris Johnson. The Prime Minister called the first UK winter election for nearly a century in an attempt to gain a working majority to break the parli

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Lord Ashcroft writes: "As far as many of these former supporters were concerned, then, the Labour Party they rejected could not be trusted with the public finances, looked down on people who disagreed with it, was too left-wing, failed to understand or even listen to the people it was supposed to represent, was incompetent, appallingly divided, had no coherent priorities, did not understand aspiration or where prosperity comes from, disapproved of their values and treated them like fools."

And he concludes: "This report is not a roadmap to recovery: different people can draw sharply different conclusions from the same data, and I'm sure that will be the case with this research.

"But the first step is to come to terms with your starting point."
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Corbyn criticised for ‘deeply inappropriate’ nomination of ex-aide for peerage
Jewish Labour Movement berates party's outgoing leader for putting forward Karie Murphy for a move to the Lords
By JEWISH NEWS REPORTER
January 19, 2020, 10:42 am  4
Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn during a BBC interview with Andrew Marr. (Photo credit: Jeff Overs/BBC/PA Wire)
Jeremy Corbyn’s former key aide and chief of staff Karie Murphy has been nominated for a place in the upper house.
Labour sources would not comment on any of the claims reported by the Sunday Times.
The Sunday Times newspaper said that the she, John Bercow and former Deputy Leader Tom Watson appear on an eight-strong list of dissolution honours nominations put forward by the Labour chief, who will quit his post in April after leading the party to two successive general election defeats.

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Vetting will begin on the nominations soon, the newspaper said.

A nomination for Ms Murphy could also prove controversial given the inquiry into alleged instances of antisemitism in the Labour Party by the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC).

The Jewish Labour Movement tweeted a statement saying Ms Murphy’s nomination was “deeply inappropriate and must be rescinded immediately”.

“Jeremy Corbyn is using his final weeks in office to reward failure,” the group added.

Labour MP, and longstanding critic of Mr Corbyn, Siobhain McDonagh, endorsed a Tweet by the group Hope Not Hate, which stated: “No one who is a subject in the EHRC investigation should be ennobled before the full EHRC report is released.”

Referring to the Tweet, Ms McDonagh said: “A very reasonable view don’t you think?”
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The Jewish Labour Movement’s statement on the reports that Jeremy Corbyn has nominated Karie Murphy for a peerage.

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Corbyn Will Not Stand as Leader at Next Election After Crushing Defeat
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LONDON, ENGLAND - DECEMBER 12: Jeremy Corbyn, leader of the Labour Party, speaks at the vote count in his Islington North constituency on December 12, 2019 in London, England. Corbyn, who has held the Islington North seat since 1983, retained his seat but is expected to step down as leader …Leon Neal/Getty Images
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Socialist leader of the Labour Party Jeremy Corbyn has said that he will not be leading the party in the next election but has ruled out resigning immediately.

Speaking from his Islington constituency in the early hours of Friday morning, Mr Corbyn said: “I will not lead the party in any future general election campaign.


“I will discuss with our party to ensure there is a process now of reflection on this result and on the policies that the party will take going forward.

“And I will lead the party during that period to ensure that discussion takes place and we move on into the future.”

The Tories had broken down the so-called “Red Wall”, taking a high number of traditional Labour voters in the industrial heartlands and other working-class regions that voted leave, largely due to Corbyn’s abandonment of Brexit.

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Ex-Labour Mayor of London Blames Corbyn’s Loss on ‘Jewish Vote’ https://www.breitbart.com/europe/2019/12/12/ex-labour-mayor-london-blames-corbyns-demise-jewish-vote/

Ex-Labour Mayor of London Blames Corbyn's Loss on 'Jewish Vote'
The former Mayor of London, Ken Livingstone, said that this is "the end" of Jeremy Corbyn, blaming the election loss on the "Jewish vote".

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At time of reporting (5 am), with over 500 of 650 constituencies declared, Labour had lost 54 seats, six to the SNP and 48 to the Conservatives with some seats going from Labour Red to Tory Blue for the first time in a century, such as Newcastle-under-Lyme. The Tories have taken solid Labour seats from Blyth Valley in Northumberland to Wrexham in North Wales.

Labour MP and Remainer Hillary Benn, son of Brexiteer and party grandee Tony Benn, told Sky News in response to the losses: “It looks like we’re heading towards the lowest number of Labour MPS since 1935 — that’s more than 80 years ago. We have failed to win the people’s trust and confidence.”
 
The Labour Party has come under criticism for not only abandoning its Brexit voters, but the rise of antisemitism in the party under Corbyn’s leadership. The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) is investigating the party for anti-Jewish racism, with the Simon Weisenthal Center placing Jeremy Corbyn and Labour as the top threat to Jews.

The Conservatives have secured a majority in the House of Commons after winning more than 326 seats. Read the Breitbart London livewire for further updates here.


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UPDATE: As a 326th seat is announced for the Tories, the party claims an outright parliamentary majority and has OFFICIALLY WON the general election. https://www.breitbart.com/europe/2019/12/12/britain-votes-breitbart-london-election-night-2019-live-wire/
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 Jeremy Corbyn: I will not lead the party in any future general election campaign
Labour leader accepts defeat in General Election defending his 'extremely popular' policies but blames Brexit for the Tory win
By JEWISH NEWS REPORTER
December 13, 2019, 4:43 am  1
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn speaks after winning his seat in the election - but witnessing his party suffering heavy losses. On the right is Jewish Brexit Party candidate, Yosef David. (Photo credit: Joe Giddens/PA Wire)
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn speaks after winning his seat in the election - but witnessing his party suffering heavy losses. On the right is Jewish Brexit Party candidate, Yosef David. (Photo credit: Joe Giddens/PA Wire)
Jeremy Corbyn defended his “extremely popular” policies and blamed Brexit for Labour’s devastating defeat as he announced he would stand down as leader after overseeing a “period of reflection”.

With the Tories expected to cruise to a comfortable majority, a deflated Mr Corbyn said it had been a “very disappointing night”, with support crumbling in former Labour heartlands.

Mr Corbyn acknowledged that he had to leave Labour’s helm after suffering a second General Election defeat as he criticised media “attacks” towards himself, his family and the party.

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“I want to also make it clear that I will not lead the party in any future general election campaign,” he said as he accepted victory in his Islington North constituency.

“I will discuss with our party to ensure there is a process now of reflection on this result and on the policies that the party will take going forward.

“And I will lead the party during that period to ensure that discussion takes place and we move on into the future.”

The General Election exit poll forecast Labour to shed 52 seats to secure 191 – the party’s poorest result since 1935. And it put the Tories as securing 368 seats, giving the party a majority of 86.

Mr Corbyn defended putting forward a “manifesto of hope” that would help wrong the injustices and inequalities gripping the nation and tackle the climate crisis.

“All of those policies were extremely popular during the election campaign and remain policies that have huge popular support all across this country,” he said in the Sobell Leisure Centre in Holloway, north London.

“However Brexit has so polarised and divided debate in this country it has overridden so much of a normal political debate and I recognise that has contributed to the results that the Labour party has received this evening all across this country.”

Mr Corbyn ran as an outside candidate for the party leadership in 2015 and managed to outlast two Tory prime ministers.

The veteran campaigner, joined at the election count by wife Laura Alvarez and emotional colleagues, said he will remain as MP in the constituency he has represented since 1983.

Labour’s official line was to blame Brexit for dominating the discourse, but the leader was coming under mounting pressure to depart after being cited as being the greater problem on the doorstep.

A leadership battle that could once again expose deep divisions in the party is set to follow.

Jewish Brexit Party candidate, Yosef David, challenged Corbyn in his seat – and could be seen chatting with the Labour leader before the result was announced.

He told Jewish News Corbyn had been “very friendly and personable” and enquired about the campaign.

“I told him that I had suffered a huge amount of antisemitic abuse. I told him that it was about the Rothschilds and conspiracies about Jews running the world and that I had been called a Nazi and a fascist more times then I can remember,” he said.

“He said that this was disgusting and that it’s abhorrent. I told him that I don’t think he is able to empathise with the Jewish community but that I didn’t think he was an antisemite but rather had opened the door to it,” he added.

Jeremy Corbyn has been a central focus of the Jewish community’s concerns over antisemitism – with thousands twice taking to Parliament Square to protest inaction of Jew-hate in the party he leads.
 

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Ruth Smeeth loses seat: ‘This is a disaster – Jeremy Corbyn must resign”
Former Labour politician - who spoke widely about the antisemitism she faced from activists - brands party's performance 'appalling'
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Ruth Smeeth furious on Sky News after losing her seat
Labour’s Ruth Smeeth called for Jeremy Corbyn to resign as she faced losing her seat in Stoke-on-Trent North to the Conservatives.

The parliamentary chair of the Jewish Labour Movement branded her loss a “disaster” as she branded her party’s performance “appalling”.


She said: “I have lost, I am no longer MP – this is a disaster. Jeremy Corbyn should resign now before his own count is in.”

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Speaking on Sky News, she said it was “an appalling night for my constituents and an appalling night for the country.

“The Labour Party has huge huge questions to answer by first of all having this general election when they were so ill prepared for it, but then having this option available to the country, having this platform, having this leadership, and allowing this devastation to hit all of our communities.

“This is an appalling heartbreaking night for the Labour Party – but I’m now much more worried about what happens to my constituents.”

Asked where the finger should be pointed, she replied “Jeremy Corbyn.”

Jeremy Corbyn should announce that he is resigning as leader of the Labour Party from his count today.

He should have gone many many many months ago. I was parliamentary chair of the Jewish Labour Movement. We passed a motion of no confidence in him in April. There is absolutely no justification for why he’s still there. And his personal actions have delivered this result.”

Ms Smeeth has been critical of Mr Corbyn’s handling of antisemitism allegations in the Labour party. She is a Remain supporter in an area which voted to Leave the EU.

Smeeth tallied 14,688 votes, losing to Tory rival Jonathan Gullis with 20,974, a swing of 7 percent. 
In the last 12 months, Smeeth gave an impassioned speech in parliament detailing the antisemitic abuse she received.

She was also at the centre of controversy in 2015 when Labour launched Baroness Shami Chakrabarti’s report into antisemitism. Expelled activist Mark Wadsworth, an ally of Jeremy Corbyn, heckled her accusing her of handing out briefing against the Labour leader, leading to her leaving the event in tears.

A statement from the Jewish Labour Movement – a group affiliated to Labour for close to a century – paid tribute to Ruth Smeeth on Friday morning, saying she “represented the best of Labour over these past few years – unafraid and determined to hold the party’s leadership accountable for their failure to tackle antisemitism despite the abuse she’s faced.”
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Terrorists should 'not necessarily' serve full jail term, says Jeremy Corbyn
The father of terror victim Jack Merritt does not wish his son's death to be "used as a pretext for more draconian sentences".
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Jeremy Corbyn has told Sky News that convicted terrorists should "not necessarily" automatically serve their full prison sentences.

The Labour leader's comment comes in the wake of Friday's London Bridge terror attack, which left two people dead.

The attacker, 28-year-old Usman Khan, was a convicted terrorist who was wearing an electronic tag after being released halfway through a 16-year prison sentence for plotting to bomb the London Stock Exchange.

Undated handout photo issued by West Midlands Police of Usman Khan, 20, one of nine members of an al Qaida-inspired terror group that plotted to bomb the London Stock Exchange and build a terrorist training camp, who has been jailed for a minimum term of eight years. He has been named as the perpetrator of an attack on London Bridge on Friday. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Saturday November 30, 2019. See PA story POLICE LondonBridge. Photo credit should read: West Midlands Police/PA Wir
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Usman Khan killed two people in a knife rampage on Friday
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said violent offenders "must serve every day of their sentence, with no exceptions".

Speaking to Sky's Sophy Ridge, Mr Corbyn said there were lessons to be learned from the incident and there should be a "full investigation" into the circumstances around the attacker's prison sentence and subsequent release.

Pressed on whether convicted terrorists should serve their full prison sentences automatically, he said: "No, not necessarily".

The Labour leader continued: "I think it depends on the circumstances and it depends on the sentence but crucially depends on what they've done in prison.

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"I think there has to be an examination of how our prison services work and crucially what happens to them on release from prison."

He added: "There has to be an examination of what goes on in the prison, because prisons ought to be a place where people are put away because of major serious offences but also a place where rehabilitation takes place."


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Mr Corbyn said police "had no choice" but to shoot Khan dead as they were "stuck with a situation where there was a credible threat of a bomb belt around his body".

Speaking later at an event in York, he said people cannot be kept safe "on the cheap".

London Bridge attack: Boris Johnson says terrorists must serve 'every day of sentences'
Mr Corbyn added: "We have to understand that no government can prevent every attack. No-one would believe any political leader who said they could. But the government can act to make such acts of terror less, rather than more, likely."

His remarks follow the prime minister's assertion that automatic early release must end and other laws must change to strengthen security.

Mr Johnson claimed that because the "broken hung parliament was preoccupied with blocking Brexit", his government was unable to make the changes required to keep violent offenders and terrorists in jail for longer.

He said: "This system has got to end - I repeat, this has got to end, as I've been saying for four months."

"If you are convicted of a serious terrorist offence, there should be a mandatory minimum sentence of 14 years - and some should never be released.
"Further, for all terrorism and extremist offences the sentence announced by the judge must be the time actually served - these criminals must serve every day of their sentence, with no exceptions.

"These simple changes, in line with what I've been saying since becoming prime minister, would have prevented this attack."

The PM told the BBC's Andrew Marr he found it "repulsive" that terrorists like Khan could be released from prison after serving eight years.

He added that there were "probably about 74" others subject to early release after terror offences, cases that are now being "properly invigilated" to "make sure there is no threat".

Mr Johnson also sought to blame Labour for the release of Khan, saying: "The reason this killer was out on the streets was because of automatic early release which was brought in by a leftie government."
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Jeremy Corbyn: All Calais migrants should be given chance to come to Britain
The Labour leader said thousands of migrants waiting in camps in France should be given the chance to come to the UK if they have family connections, adding 'it's not very many'
By Kate McCann, Senior Political Correspondent3:21PM GMT 24 Jan 2016
Jeremy Corbyn has called on the government to allow thousands of migrants living in camps in Calais to come to the UK.

The Labour leader said "everyone who wants to come to Britain and has a connection" should be free to submit an application for processing by UK officials.

He added that "we're talking 3,000 people... it's not very many", during a trip to France to see the impact of British aid.

Mr Corbyn's comments came after he visited the Calais refugee camp on Saturday where around a few thousand people are living in squalid conditions in a bid to make it to the UK.

Jeremy Corbyn is shown around 'The Jungle'
Mr Corbyn visiting the camp in Calais yesterday  Photo: Warren Allott/The Telegraph

The Labour leader said his party has in the past been "too defensive" about immigration and should make the case for the benefits that migrants can bring to the economy - particularly public services.

In an interview with Sky News he said: "We're not doing anything about the refugee crisis that's actually happening in Europe itself."


He called on ministers to process the applications of anyone who wants to live in the UK rather than allow people to remain in "fetid" conditions without proper facilities.

Mr Corbyn added: "It's a very strange magnet of desperation, a fetid swamp with foul water, and people living in tents in the middle of winter shows the level of desperation - we're talking 3,000 people. It's not very many."



The government has already agreed to accept 20,000 Syrian refugees into the UK over the coming years, and is understood to be considering plans to bring 3,000 unaccompanied children to the country.

Most of those who have been welcomed so far have come from camps in Lebanon and Jordan, in line with David Cameron's position not to encourage people to make the dangerous trip across the sea to try and reach Europe.

A Labour spokesman said Mr Corbyn wants to see the applications of refugees with family connections in Britain processed urgently. They added that the government should take some migrants from Europe, rather than focusing solely on camps closer to Syria.


However Mr Corbyn's plans did not go down well with some in his own party. Frank Field MP, the well-respected welfare campaigner and MP, warned he is "walking in the opposite direction" on big issues, incuding immigration.

Jeremy Corbyn as he walks around the Jungle Refugee camp in Calais
Jeremy Corbyn as he walks around the Jungle Refugee camp in Calais  Photo: Warren Allott/The Telegraph

Mr Field added: "The real problem we have is a new leadership which is in touch with lots of economic injustices but on some of the big issues about the security of the realm, about defending our borders, about defending ourselves if need be, the Labour leadership is walking off

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Labour shadow health secretary Jon Ashworth trashes Jeremy Corbyn on secret recording saying he is a security risk, 'voters 'can't stand' him and 'they think the party's blocked Brexit'
Mr Ashworth was taped telling a Tory friend that voters 'don't like Johnson but they can't stand Corbyn'
The secret recording also captures him saying that campaigning is 'abysmal out there' in Labour heartlands
He told the BBC said it was just 'banter' with a friend but admitted that made him look like 'a right plonker'
Boris Johnson said he was 'saying what hundreds of Labour candidates and millions of voters are thinking'
By DAVID WILCOCK, WHITEHALL CORRESPONDENT FOR MAILONLINE

PUBLISHED: 10:54, 10 December 2019 | UPDATED: 12:09, 10 December 2019
Jeremy Corbyn has been savaged by one his own shadow cabinet members who calls him a security risk in a secret recording released just two days before Britons vote in the general election. 
Shadow health secretary Jon Ashworth was recorded telling a Conservative friend  that the opposition leader was also proving a massive problem on the doorstep in the party's traditional heartlands. 
In stunning comments he tried to dismiss as a 'joke' this morning, Mr Ashworth said that the leader's tortured neutrality on Brexit was proving divisive in working class, Leave-supporting areas.
New poll shows Boris Johnson could face another hung parliament 
Boris Johnson's hopes of winning a majority are hanging in the balance with just two days until the general election after a new poll showed the Tory lead over Labour is now just seven points. 
The Savanta ComRes survey, conducted between December 6-8, puts the Tories on 43 per cent and Labour on 36 per cent. 
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If such numbers were replicated on polling day it could lead to a hung parliament, with the Electoral Calculus website suggesting it would leave the Conservatives a handful of seats short of a majority.  

Tory strategists are concerned Labour may not need to gain a single seat to oust Mr Johnson with the party's private polling showing losing just 12 seats to the SNP and Lib Dems could put Jeremy Corbyn in Number 10.  

He said that many people would switch to vote Tory and in enough numbers to ensure Boris Johnson won a majority. 

His remarks, which have been seized upon by Labour's political opponents, are sure to cause huge damage to Labour just days from the election.

The latest opinion poll shows the gap between the two main parties narrowing to just seven points, threatening to deprive Boris Johnson of a majority that would allow him to get Brexit done in January.

They continued to exchange blows today amid the fallout from yesterday's row over the treatment of a small boy forced to lay on a hospital floor while awaiting treatment for pneumonia.

Boris Johnson waded into Mr Ashworth's comments, saying: 'Jonathan Ashworth is saying what hundreds of Labour candidates and millions of voters are thinking. 

'Jeremy Corbyn is unfit to be PM because he is blocking Brexit.'

In the recording obtained  by the Guido Fawkes blog the Labour candidate for Leicester South is heard saying said the civil service machine would 'pretty quickly move to safeguard security' if Mr Corbyn entered Number 10. 

He is heard saying: 'Outside of the city seats, if you are in small-town Midlands and North, it's abysmal out there.

'They don't like Johnson but they can't stand Corbyn and they think Labour's blocked Brexit. 

'I don't think they are long-term gains for the Tory Party but I can see them going Tory this election and if Labour ever got its act together they presumably would fall back. 

Confronted with his remarks by the BBC today, Mr Ashworth said it was 'banter' with a Tory friend +17
Confronted with his remarks by the BBC today, Mr Ashworth said it was 'banter' with a Tory friend

Mr Corbyn was campaigning in Nelson in Nelson, Lancashire today when the recording came to light +17
Mr Corbyn was campaigning in Nelson in Nelson, Lancashire today when the recording came to light
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Mr Ashworth, right, with Jeremy Corbyn on a visit to a hospital in Nuneaton last month to highlight the NHS as an election focal point +17
Mr Ashworth, right, with Jeremy Corbyn on a visit to a hospital in Nuneaton last month to highlight the NHS as an election focal point

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'I think middle-class graduates – Remainy people – Labour's probably doing well among… but not in big enough numbers to deny the Tories a majority.' 
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Hugh Grant has accused the Conservative Party of using Russian money to fund Boris Johnson's campaign video which parodies a scene from his hit film Love Actually.

The 59-year-old actor and Remain campaigner has been campaigning for different parties in seven seats with the aim of using tactical voting to deprive the Tories of a majority at this Thursday's General Election.
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He has now responded to the new campaign video from the Conservatives in which the Prime Minister emulates a scene from the 2003 film Love Actually, in which Grant starred.

His reference to Russian money echoes a well-worn attack line against the Tories.

Labour has repeatedly accused the Conservatives of improperly taking money from Russian tycoons who are UK citizens - a charge the party vehemently denies - and has also accused Boris Johnson of covering up a report on Russian interference in UK elections.
In response to the allegations, the Tories say: 'These are British citizens, they have the absolute right as any other British citizen does, to invest in and be part of the British political scene.'
And he said party MPs 'f***ed it up' in 2016 in their attempt to remove the Labour leader, saying they 'went too early'. 
Mr Ashworth's remarks echo what Labour sources have told MailOnline regarding Mr Corbyn's unpopularity with voters. 
Confronted with his remarks by the BBC today, Mr Ashworth said it was 'banter' with a friend.
 He said: 'We are having banter with each other. We are joking around. No I don't mean it, because I'm joking around with my mate because he is a Tory and he is saying things
'If you leak it to Guido Fawkes of course it makes me look like a right plonker. 
'But it is not what I mean when I'm winding up a friend, trying to sort of … pull his leg a bit.'
Mr Ashworth claimed the recording was leaked by Tory activist Greig Baker, former chairman of Canterbury Conservative Association.
'It's a shame because I thought he was a friend - he's clearly not a friend.' 
The Conservatives have highlighted the Labour leader's opposition to Trident nuclear missiles and historic opposition to Nato during the election campaign.
He is a former chairman of the anti-West Stop The War Coalition. 
Asked if he thought Mr Corbyn was a threat to national security, Mr Ashworth replied: 'No, of course I don't...
'I'm joshing around with somebody who I thought was an old friend, who has now leaked it to Guido Fawkes, an old friend who I've known for many years.
'He's a Tory and we've always had a bit of banter together... I'm winding him up, I'm teasing him, he's been winding me up saying everyone ''oh at CCHQ thinks it's going to be really close, Corbyn's going to win'' and all this sort of stuff.'

Last month a poll found that less than a quarter of British voters like Mr Corbyn, in a fresh blow to the Labour leader's hopes of winning the general election.
Some 44 per cent of people who took part in an Ipsos MORI survey said they like Boris Johnson.
But just 23 per cent said the same of Mr Corbyn. That number ranks as the lowest likeability rating for a Tory or Labour leader recorded by the polling company since 2007.
Ashworth on Corbyn, in his own words:
On whether he is a security risk if he takes power: 'I worked in No.10, I think the machine will pretty quickly move to safeguard security. But it's not going to happen! I can't see it happening!' 
On Labour's  Leave heartlands: 'Outside of the city seats, if you are in small-town Midlands and North, it's abysmal out there. They don't like Johnson but they can't stand Corbyn and they think Labour's blocked Brexit.'
On Labour's electoral chances:  'I think middle-class graduates – Remainy people – Labour's probably doing well among… but not in big enough numbers to deny the Tories a majority.'
It is worse than the 29 per cent rating for Gordon Brown in 2008 - the year the UK went into economic meltdown - and the 30 per cent recorded by Ed Miliband in 2015.
Cabinet Office Minister Michael Gove said: 'I think Jon Ashworth is a decent man, trapped in a party he knows doesn’t have the right leader. 
'Jeremy Corbyn is opposed to NATO, against Trident and thinks we should emulate Costa Rica - because it has no army. No allies, no deterrent, no military - no way can he be our PM.'
And Conservative Party chairman James Cleverly added: 'This is an honest and truly devastating assessment of Jeremy Corbyn's leadership by one of his most trusted election lieutenants.
'He admits that Labour has blocked Brexit and that is why voters ''can't stand Corbyn''. 
'If even Corbyn's closest political allies think he is unfit to be Prime Minister, why on earth should voters be expected to put their trust in him and them? 
The Conservatives have highlighted the Labour leader's opposition to Trident nuclear missiles and historic opposition to Nato during the election campaign +17
The Conservatives have highlighted the Labour leader's opposition to Trident nuclear missiles and historic opposition to Nato during the election campaign
Asked if he thought Mr Corbyn was a threat to national security, Mr Ashworth replied: 'No, of course I don't...' +17
Asked if he thought Mr Corbyn was a threat to national security, Mr Ashworth replied: 'No, of course I don't...'

Jeremy Corbyn rejects claims of using the NHS as a 'political football'
Jeremy Corbyn defended himself from accusations that he was using the NHS as a political football today as the row over care continued to spark fury.

The Labour leader insisted that funding of the health service was a 'serious issue, it's a political issue' after he clashed with Boris Johnson over the care of a small boy.

A photograph widely circulated on social media showed Jack Williment-Barr, four, lying on a pile of coats to keep warm while he waited for a bed for treatment for suspected pneumonia at Leeds General Infirmary.

Questioned by ITV News yesterday, Mr Johnson initially refused to look at the photo of Jack on the reporter's phone before taking the phone and putting it in his pocket. 

Labour has made the future of the NHS at the heart of its campaign ahead of the election on Thursday, claiming it as risk after Brexit as the UK needs a trade deal with the United States.

Asked about accusations he was using the NHS as a political football on BBC Breakfast he said: 'It's an example of what's happening in our NHS. And it is obviously awful for that little boy and the family, the way they were treated.' 

 
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Boris Johnson's hopes of winning a majority are hanging in the balance with just two days until the general election after a new poll showed the Tory lead over Labour is now just seven points. 

The Savanta ComRes survey, conducted between December 6-8, puts the Tories on 43 per cent and Labour on 36 per cent. 

If such numbers were replicated on polling day it could lead to a hung parliament, with the Electoral Calculus website suggesting it would leave the Conservatives a handful of seats short of a majority.  

Tory strategists are concerned Labour may not need to gain a single seat to oust Mr Johnson with the party's private polling showing losing just 12 seats to the SNP and Lib Dems could put Jeremy Corbyn in Number 10.  

Mr Johnson will today try to get his campaign back on track after a disastrous day for the Tories yesterday which saw the PM embroiled in a damaging row over the treatment of a sick four-year-old boy who was photographed lying on the floor of Leeds General Infirmary. 

The PM was confronted with the widely-publicised picture of Jack Williment-Barr by an ITV reporter and initially refused to look at it as he put the interviewer's phone in his pocket before backing down.  

The hospital row then worsened as the Tories wrongly accused a Labour activist of punching Matt Hancock's adviser as the Health Secretary left the hospital in question after trying to defuse the row. A video of the altercation showed the aide had walked into the protestor's hand. 

Mr Johnson then published a new Tory party political broadcast on his Twitter page at 9.36pm last night in a move which appeared to be designed to force the election campaign focus away from the NHS and back onto the PM's preferred battleground of Brexit. 

In the video, Mr Johnson recreates a famous scene from the film Love Actually as he knocks on a member of the public's door and uses a slideshow of cards with handwritten messages on to hammer home his core election mantra of 'Get Brexit Done'. 

The timing of the publication of the 'Brexit, actually' video raised eyebrows because it came at the end of a torrid day for the Tories and with the Conservative Party due to broadcast the election advert at 6.55pm on the BBC this evening. 

A new SavantaComRes poll gives the Tories a seven point lead over Labour. It puts the Tories on 43 per cent and Labour on 36 per cent. If such a result is replicated at the election on Thursday it could result in a hung Parliament +17
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Tory strategists are worried that Mr Johnson's position as the clear frontrunner in the race for Number 10 could make his supporters complacent. 

The Tories fear that could result in Conservative voters failing to turn out to vote on Thursday. 
As a result, the party is cranking up its 'fight for every vote' and is warning the election is tighter than people think. 
The Conservatives are also blitzing voters with their 'Get Brexit Done' slogans in the final campaign sprint before polling day. 
Urging viewers to 'vote Conservative actually' in the Tory advert published last night, Mr Johnson unveils placards that read: 'Your vote has never been more important. The other guy could win. 
'So you have a choice to make. Between a working majority. 
'Or another gridlocked hung parliament.'
Labour has been gradually eating into Mr Johnson's poll lead in recent days but it looks like it is too little too late for Mr Corbyn in terms of his chances of victory. 
However, the Labour leader could yet deprive Mr Johnson of a majority.
Campaign gurus in Conservative HQ have said Mr Corbyn's prospects of becoming prime minister have been 'seriously underestimated'. 
A leaked memo between Tory pollster Michael Brooks and chief strategist Isaac Levido seen by the Daily Telegraph said 'as little as a 1 to 2 per cent movement in the current vote in a handful of seats' could result in a hung parliament.
Mr Brooks goes on to caution that a complacent belief that a Conservative victory is in the bag poses a 'major risk' to the party maintaining its grip on government.
Although Mr Corbyn's chances of clinching a majority himself appear to be wafer-thin, it is feared a coordinated and highly-effective tactical voting operation could deprive Mr Johnson of an overall victory and lead to a coalition of Remain parties coalescing around the Labour leader. 
The woman is relaxing on the sofa with her partner when the doorbell goes in the unconventional election broadcast +17
The woman is relaxing on the sofa with her partner when the doorbell goes in the unconventional election broadcast
A Conservative election broadcast which aired in Wales tonight starred the Prime Minister as one of the movie's hopeless romantics who uses a slideshow of placards to tell a woman he loves her +17
A Conservative election broadcast which aired in Wales tonight starred the Prime Minister as one of the movie's hopeless romantics who uses a slideshow of placards to tell a woman he loves her
Boris's first sign reads 'Say it's carol singers'
The woman he is talking to appears initially sceptical
The skit opens with Boris telling the woman to pretend it's carol singers at the door
The Tory two-pronged strategy ran through the party's final election broadcast, where the PM recreated a famous scene from Love Actually and used a slideshow of billboards to hammer out his messages +17
Key point: The PM insists Jeremy Corbyn's Labour could still gain power if tactical voting isn't taken sufficiently seriously +17
Key point: The PM insists Jeremy Corbyn's Labour could still gain power if tactical voting isn't taken sufficiently seriously

One by one he turned over the cards - which each only had a few words on - addressed to a woman he was trying to woo from across the threshold +17
Pro-EU campaigners have wargamed that it would only take 40,000 voters scattered across roughly 30 marginal seats to vote tactically to return a hung parliament, paving the way for Mr Corbyn to potentially take power.

Polling suggests that more voters than ever before are prepared to vote tactically in this election, which the Conservatives worry could claim some large party scalps such as ex-leader Iain Duncan Smith and one-time Mayoral candidate Zac Goldsmith, whose chief rivals have been bolstered by Remain candidates standing aside. 

In a bid to counter 'TnT' - tactical voting and turnout complacency concerns - Mr Johnson's Love Actually-themed broadcast underscored the possibility of a Labour election upset. 

Clutching a pile of billboards and a stereo playing carols, he emulated the famous scene between Andrew Lincoln and Keira Knightly. 

One by one he turned over the cards - which each only had a few words on - addressed to a woman he was trying to woo from across the threshold. 

They read: 'With any luck, by next year. We'll have Brexit done. If Parliament doesn't block it again. And we can move on.

 'But for now let me say. Your vote has never been more important. The other guy could win. 

'So you have a choice to make. Between a working majority. Or another gridlocked hung parliament. Arguing about Brexit. Until I look like this.' 
In the 2003 rom-com Andrew Lincoln tells Keira Knightly he loves her over the threshold of her home while her boyfriend is inside +17

Jeremy Corbyn also shared his own online video in which he is filmed reading out 'mean tweets' which people have posted insulting him +17

Mr Corbyn, pictured during an appearance on BBC Breakfast this morning, rejected accusations of Labour using the NHS as a 'political football' +17

He then showed a picture of a scruffy blonde sheepdog which prompted a snort of laughter from the redhead woman.
Mr Johnson continued: 'It's closer than you think. We only need nine more seats to get an election. And on 12th December. Your vote will make all the difference. Merry Christmas.'   
Love Actually is widely regarded as one of the nation's favourite Christmas films and is often re-watched by families on December 25.
But the star of the 2003 rom-com, Hugh Grant, who plays the prime minister, is an active Remain activist and has been leafleting with pro-EU Lib Dem and Labour candidates. 
Meanwhile, Mr Corbyn published his own new social media video last night as he was filmed reading out 'mean tweets' which had been directed at him on Twitter.  
Sitting in front of a roaring fire, Mr Corbyn read out a series of rude messages including one which said: 'I'll bet Jeremy Corbyn will be glad when this election is over so he can go back to wearing his commie hat.'
The latest Conservative broadcast asking people to 'vote Conservative actually' comes after Mr Johnson deployed another film reference to steer people away from Labour.
He said voters should swing behind the Tories to avoid waking up on Friday the 13th to see the 'Nightmare on Downing Street' of Mr Corbyn in charge.
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Johnson accuses Corbyn of a ‘failure of leadership’ over antisemitism
During BBC debate the Prime Minister says the Labour leader has been 'unwilling to take a stand' against Jew-hate
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Prime Minister Boris Johnson (right) and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn going head to head in the BBC Election Debate in Maidstone, (Photo credit: Jeff Overs/BBC/PA Wire)
Prime Minister Boris Johnson (right) and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn going head to head in the BBC Election Debate in Maidstone, (Photo credit: Jeff Overs/BBC/PA Wire)
Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn were involved in a series of angry exchanges over racism and antisemitism in the final TV debate of the General Election campaign.

The Prime Minister accused Mr Corbyn of a “failure of leadership” in his handling of antisemitism in the Labour Party.


The Labour leader shot back that he never used racist language and that he hoped Mr Johnson regretted his past comments.

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Appearing before a live BBC studio audience in Maidstone, the two leaders clashed over Brexit, the NHS and terrorism.

But the sharpest exchanges were prompted by a question about their response to the issues of Islamophobia and antisemitism.

Mr Johnson said it was “extraordinary” the Chief Rabbi had felt the need to speak out during an election campaign about his fears for his community if Mr Corbyn became prime minister.

The Labour leader insisted there was “no place” in his party for anti-Semitism, adding in an apparent reference to Mr Johnson’s past comments: “I do not ever use racist language in any form to describe anybody in this world or in our society.”

Mr Johnson replied: “Mr Corbyn I am sure is very well-intentioned but in his handling of this particular issue, his unwillingness to take a stand to stand up for Jewish people in the Labour Party, his unwillingness to protect them, to put an arm round them, is in my view a failure of leadership.”

Mr Corbyn retorted: “The failure of leadership is when you use racist remarks to describe people in different countries or in our society. I will never do that and my will never do that.

“I hope the prime minister understands the hurt that people feel when they hear remarks and articles that he has written in the past. I hope that he will regret those.”

Mr Corbyn did not specify which comments he was referring to but Mr Johnson has been widely criticised for articles he wrote referring to “piccaninnies” and likening Muslim women in burqas to letterboxes and bank robbers.

A snap YouGov poll of 1,322 viewers following the debate narrowly gave victory to Mr Johnson by 52% to 48%, although Mr Corbyn was judged the more trustworthy by a margin of 48% to 38%.

With less than a week to go to polling day on Thursday – and Labour trailing in the overall polls – the findings suggest that the debate is unlikely to prove a game-changer.
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Jeremy Corbyn’s Pro-Palestinian Defender
Dec 8, 2019  |  by Rabbi Shraga Simmons
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Jeremy Corbyn’s Pro-Palestinian Defender
A Marxist philosopher peddles in anti-Semitic tropes.

Much has been written about anti-Semitism in Jeremy Corbyn’s British Labour Party. Indeed the Jewish branch of the party has now issued a 53-page report documenting nine instances of Corbyn personally engaging in anti-Semitism.
What is less understood is the philosophical undercurrent driving these anti-Semitic trends. A recent op-ed penned in The Independent by Slavoj Zizek – a philosophical mastermind of European anti-Semitism – offers examples of today’s worse anti-Semitic tropes. (Ironically presented in defending Corbyn and Labour from anti-Semitism!)

Trope #1: Anyone who critiques Israeli policy is automatically tagged an “anti-Semite.”
The subheadline of Zizek’s op-ed declares that “the charge of anti-Semitism is addressed at anyone who critiques Israeli policy.”

This is patently false. Half of the Israeli electorate “critiques Israeli policy,” yet nobody would suggest they all are anti-Semites.

Yet Zizek uses this bogus rhetoric to invoke the despicable “Livingstone Formulation” – the claim that Jews automatically cry “anti-Semitism” as a way to: (1) silence criticism of Israel, and (2) mobilize Jewish “victim power” against the Palestinians.

For anti-Semites, this perverse twist works like a rhetorical boomerang: Giving cover to those who disguise their anti-Semitism as a critique of Israeli policy – while cynically turning that criticism around against the accuser.

Trope #2: Zionism = Holocaust
In his op-ed, Zizek writes:

When the shadow of the Holocaust is permanently evoked in order to neutralise any criticism of Israeli military and political operations… it is the State of Israel that, in this case, is desecrating the memory of Holocaust victims, ruthlessly using them as an instrument to legitimise present political measures.

Zizek’s words are in clear violation of the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance’s (IHRA) working definition of anti-Semitism, which includes “drawing comparisons of contemporary Israeli policy to that of the Nazis.” Zizek portrays those who attack Israel as the “real” victims – while suggesting that Palestinians are the new Holocaust victims, and Israel the new Nazis.

Slavoj Zizek

How painfully ironic that these new “Nazi victims” are the same Palestinians who, during the 1940s, were avowed and active partners in the Nazi Holocaust. Palestinian founding father Mufti Haj Amin al-Husseini organized 42,000 Muslim troops to form Nazi SS divisions – carrying out police actions in fascist Hungary and participating in the genocide of Yugoslav Jews. Husseini enjoyed a close relationship with Hitler (upon whom he conferred the Islamicized name, Abu Ali), and spent the war years in Berlin where, at the behest of Nazi propaganda minister Joseph Goebbels, he delivered a daily pro-Nazi radio broadcast to the Muslim world.

High-ranking SS officer Dieter Wisliceny would later testify at the Nuremberg trials: “The Mufti was one of the initiators of the systematic extermination of European Jewry, and had been a collaborator and advisor of Eichmann and Himmler in the execution of this plan... He was one of Eichmann’s best friends and had constantly incited him to accelerate the extermination measures.”

In this so-called “Holocaust Inversion,” where Israelis are cast as the “new Nazis” and Palestinians as the “new victims,” the Holocaust becomes a moral indictment of the Jews – perverting history and desecrating the memory of Holocaust victims.

Trope #3: Palestinians, not Jews, are the true land’s indigenous people.
In his op-ed, Zizek claims that Jews today have “chosen the path of rooting.” He explains that because anti-Semites “reproach the Jews for being rootless, Zionism tries to correct this failure by belatedly providing Jews with roots.”

“Belatedly”? A historic timeline unpacks this false statement:

3,800 years ago – Abraham binds his son Isaac on the altar on Mount Moriah (Jerusalem).
3,000 years ago – King David purchases the Temple Mount from Jebusites; his son Solomon builds there the Holy Temple.
2,000 years ago – The Jewish people are exiled from Israel; a continuous Jewish presence remains in the land.
1,400 years ago – Mohammed begins a new religion and declares that, theologically, Islam has replaced Judaism as the heir to Jerusalem and Mount Moriah.
Short of pegging their ancestral heritage to the idolatrous Jebusites, it is impossible for Palestinian Muslims to predate the first Jew, Abraham. Yet Zizek falsely claims that “the trouble with Jews today is that they are now trying to get roots in a place which was for thousands of years inhabited by other people.”

Further echoing this replacement theology, Zizek declares “obscene” the historic fact that “the Jewish people have the legal and moral right to live in their ancient homeland.” Zizek concludes: Israel is “the trouble with Jews today.”

With this op-ed, The Independent has sunk another notch in its animosity toward Israel and the Jewish people. It is unsurprising that the op-ed was edited by Rivkah Brown, a self-proclaimed activist for the radical Na'amod: British Jews Against the Occupation.

Those who value truth must speak out against such vicious anti-Semitism. Send your comments to The Independent here.
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https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7760625/New-video-shows-Jeremy-Corbyn-embracing-blood-libel-preacher-later-jailed-Hamas-fundraising.html?ico=pushly-notifcation-small
New video shows Jeremy Corbyn embracing 'blood libel' preacher who was later jailed for raising funds for Hamas as shocking report calls Labour a 'welcoming refuge' for anti-Semites and reveals SEVENTY whistleblowers
The now Labour leader is seen shaking hands with Sheikh Raed Salah in 2012
Salah was excluded from UK because of concerns over 'virulent anti-Semitism'
He was jailed in 2014 for two years for raising millions for terrorist group Hamas
By DAVID WILCOCK, WHITEHALL CORRESPONDENT and JACK MAIDMENT, DEPUTY POLITICAL EDITOR FOR MAILONLINE
PUBLISHED: 17:37, 5 December 2019 | UPDATED: 17:38, 5 December 2019
Jeremy Corbyn was at the centre of another anti-Semitism row today as video footage emerged of him embracing an Islamic hate preacher convicted of using the 'blood libel' against Jews. 
The now Labour leader is seen shaking hands with Sheikh Raed Salah after a 2012 talk in which he referred to him as a an 'honoured citizen' and invited him him to tea in the House of Commons.

Salah, a prominent member of the Islamic Movement in Israel, had been excluded from the UK because of concerns over his 'virulent anti-Semitism'.
In 2011, he was able to slip through border control at Heathrow and give a number of speeches before he was arrested on the orders of the then Home Secretary Theresa May.
His deportation was blocked in 2012 but the judge ruled that he had been guilty of a blood libel - a trope which claims that Jews kill children to use their blood for religious rituals. 

The Labour Party is under formal investigation by the Equality and Human Rights Commission over its handling of allegations of anti-Semitism. 

Euan Philipps, spokesman for Labour Against Antisemitism, said: 'In August 2015, Mr Corbyn claimed that he had been ''unaware'' of a British court's findings in 2012 that found Raed Salah guilty of blood libel.

'However, footage revealed today shows Jeremy Corbyn embracing Raed Salah in April 2012 – at the end of a meeting in which Mr Corbyn had been discussing the British court judgement which he later claimed to have known nothing about.

'This evidence seems to prove not only that Jeremy Corbyn had close personal links with figures responsible for virulent anti-Jewish racism, but also his apparently willingness to avoid being truthful about these links.'

Mr Corbyn, pictured at a campaign event in Rugby today, and the Labour Party are under investigation by the Equality and Human Rights Commission +4
Mr Corbyn, pictured at a campaign event in Rugby today, and the Labour Party are under investigation by the Equality and Human Rights Commission

The now Labour leader is seen shaking hands with Sheikh Raed Salah after a 2012 talk in which he referred to him as a an 'honoured citizen' and invited him him to tea in the Commons +4
The now Labour leader is seen shaking hands with Sheikh Raed Salah after a 2012 talk in which he referred to him as a an 'honoured citizen' and invited him him to tea in the Commons

Sheikh Salah, a prominent member of the Islamic Movement in Israel, was excluded from the UK in 2011 because of concerns over his 'virulent anti-Semitism' +4
Sheikh Salah, a prominent member of the Islamic Movement in Israel, was excluded from the UK in 2011 because of concerns over his 'virulent anti-Semitism'

The 70 current and ex-staff have given sworn statements which form part of the Jewish Labour Movement's submission to the EHRC. 

The document handed over by the JLM represents a major blow to Mr Corbyn's general election campaign as it contains numerous accusations about him as well as the Labour Party more broadly. 

It includes a claim that some prospective Jewish Labour members in one constituency were subjected to 'home visits' before they were allowed to join. 

The JLM submission argues: 'The Labour Party is no longer a safe space for Jewish people or for those who stand up against anti-Semitism. 

'That is the disturbing but inevitable conclusion from the evidence that JLM has put before the Commission over the course of the past 13 months.' 

The 53-page document claims that 'Mr Corbyn himself has repeatedly associated with, sympathised with and engaged in anti-Semitism'. 

The Jewish Labour Movement has made a formal submission to the EHRC in which it claims Labour under Mr Corbyn, pictured in Rugby today, has tried to deny that it has a problem with anti-Semitism +4
The Jewish Labour Movement has made a formal submission to the EHRC in which it claims Labour under Mr Corbyn, pictured in Rugby today, has tried to deny that it has a problem with anti-Semitism

The JLM document said the 'Labour Party is no longer a safe space for Jewish people or for those who stand up against anti-Semitism'
The JLM document said the 'Labour Party is no longer a safe space for Jewish people or for those who stand up against anti-Semitism'

It sets out in 11 points examples of Mr Corbyn's past behaviour which the JLM claimed had acted as 'signals to party members' that 'anti-Semitic views are acceptable'.

The JLM, which has been affiliated to Labour for decades, alleges that the party has tried to deny it has a problem and claims employees have spread 'conspiracy theories designed to discredit those who speak out against anti-Semitism.' 

It also claims that 'high profile and senior members of the Party have repeatedly defended and/or associated with those accused of anti-Semitism'. 

The JLM said this had provided 'legitimacy' for people in the lower branches of the party to 'do the same and/or deny that a problem exists'. 

Based on the evidence compiled by the JLM it concluded that Labour's internal process for the handling of complaints was 'inherently politicised'.

It alleges that staff were asked to upload details of cases to a USB drive which was then delivered to the Leader of the Opposition's office for staff there to review and make recommendations.      

The JLM submission alleges that Jewish Labour members have been 'victimised' at various levels of the party. 

For example, it cites evidence submitted by one respondent who claimed an official at a constituency Labour party had 'objected to 25 applications for membership from the ultra-orthodox Jewish community and required home visits to these prospective members' houses'. 

'This was not a requirement for other prospective members and appears to have been direct discrimination against Jewish applicants for membership,' the submission states. 

CONTINUED........
Israeli foreign minister says he hopes Jeremy Corbyn does not win general election
Israel's foreign minister said today he hopes Jeremy Corbyn loses next week's general election, citing allegations of anti-Semitism buffeting the Labour Party leader.

With Israel in political disarray of its own after two inconclusive elections, the UK contest has elicited few comments from Israeli leaders despite deep concern among British Jews over Mr Corbyn and media reports that some might opt to emigrate if he wins power.

Last week, Foreign Minister Israel Katz said the Israeli government had not discussed the prospect of Mr Corbyn's election or the future of intelligence and security ties with Britain should the veteran pro-Palestinian campaigner become PM.

But pressed on the issue in an Israeli Army Radio interview today, Mr Katz was more forthcoming as the December 12 ballot approaches.

'I won't meddle in internal elections but I personally hope that he won't be elected, with this whole wave of anti-Semitism...I hope the other side wins,' he said.
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'You don't watch the Queen's speech, do you Jeremy Corbyn?' Labour leader is caught out by claiming he watches Her Majesty in the MORNING on Christmas Day in cringe-worthy interview - then reveals he would let homeless people move into Chequers
Jeremy Corbyn involved in cringe-worthy exchange with ITV's Julie Etchingham
She asks Labour leader if he sits down to watch the Queen's speech with family
But he bizarrely claims that he's too busy in the morning, despite it airing at 3pm
She asks 'You don't watch it, do you?' causing him to suggest there is 'lots to do' 
He also claims that if elected he would give up Chequers, the PM's stately home
By ALEXANDER ROBERTSON FOR MAILONLINE
PUBLISHED: 12:35, 4 December 2019 | UPDATED: 13:11, 4 December 2019
Jeremy Corbyn has been caught out claiming he watches the Queen's speech on Christmas Day in the morning - when in fact the annual address is always broadcast in the afternoon.

The Labour leader has a cringe-worthy exchange with ITV's Julie Etchingham in an interview set to air tomorrow night, when the presenter asks if he sits down with his family to watch the annual 3pm address.

He firstly claims: 'It's on the morning, usually we have it on some of the time.' 

But Etchingham challenges him, pointing out the speech first airs in the afternoon, causing him to incorrectly suggest that the 3pm airing is a repeat.

Etchingham asks 'So you don't sit down as a family to watch the Queen's speech?' forcing the Labour leader to protests that his family 'doesn't watch television very much on the day'.

He then claims that he likes 'to do a bit of exercise on Christmas morning', leading to Etchingham to once again point out that the speech first airs in the afternoon. 

The interviewer finally asks 'You don't watch it do you, Mr Corbyn?' causing him to suggest there is 'lots to do' on the day, including a visit to a local homeless centre.

During the wide-ranging interview, Mr Corbyn also claims that if elected he would give up Chequers, the country house of the Prime Minister in Buckinghamshire.

He points to the fact that the UK is home to 150 billionaires, adding: 'We've still got people sleeping on the streets.'

Mr Corbyn's position echoing the sentiments of shadow chancellor John McDonnell, who said he would let a homeless family move into No11 Downing Street.

During the interview, he also apologises to those who have suffered as a result of his party's delays in dealing with allegations of anti-Semitism. 

The Leader Interviews: Jeremy Corbyn - Tonight airs at 7.30pm on Thursday.

Corbyn firstly claims the speech is 'on the morning, usually we have it on,' causing interviewee Julie Etchingham (pictured) to correct him so say it always airs in the afternoon +2
Jeremy Corbyn's changing story about what he does on Christmas
Julie Etchingham: 'Do you sit down to watch the Queen's speech? Mr Corbyn.'

Jeremy Corbyn: 'It's on the morning, usually we have it on some of the time.'

Julie Etchingham: 'It's not on in the morning. It's at three o'clock in the afternoon. 

Jeremy Corbyn: It's when its repeated... in the afternoon.'

Julie Etchingham: 'So you don't sit down as a family to watch the Queen's speech.'  

Jeremy Corbyn: 'We don't watch television very much on Christmas Day. Maybe a film in the evening. Erm I'd like to do a bit of exercise on Christmas morning.'

Julie Etchingham: 'You do some exercise on Christmas morning. I don't think the Queen's speech is in the morning.

'It's three o'clock in the afternoon. That's when everybody watches it.'

Jeremy Corbyn: 'Well. Our Christmas is sometimes...'

Julie Etchingham: 'You don't watch it do you, Mr Corbyn.' 

Jeremy Corbyn: 'There is lots .. lots to do .. I enjoy the presence of my family and friends around Christmas. Obviously, like everybody else does.

'And, I also visit the homeless shelter, either on Christmas Day, or the day before, to talk to, and listen to people's lives, about how they could be made better with a government that cared for them.'
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https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7753821/Justin-Trudeau-Emmanuel-Macron-Boris-Johnson-caught-appearing-gossip-Trump.html?ico=pushly-notifcation-small
Humiliation for Jeremy Corbyn as his Palace confrontation with Donald Trump over the NHS falls flat and he is kept apart from the President - who said he would NOT want the health service even 'on a silver platter' 
Jeremy Corbyn has suffered fresh humiliation by being kept apart from Donald Trump at Tuesday night's Buckingham Palace reception after vowing to confront the US President over the sanctity of the NHS.

The Labour leader said he would warn the President that 'public services are not for sale' at a gathering of Nato leaders and Royals hosted by the Queen.

But in an embarrassing setback, the left-winger never got the chance to speak with Mr Trump and follow through on his promise, which was derided by one cabinet minister as a 'desperate stunt'. 

It was the second blow Mr Corbyn has been dealt yesterday after the President killed his main election attack line by flatly dismissing the idea he wants a post-Brexit trade deal to open the health service to American companies and push up drugs prices.

 
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7750565/Diane-Abbotts-son-28-arrested-attack-police-officers.html?ico=pushly-notifcation-small
Shadow Home Secretary Diane Abbott's Cambridge-educated son, 28, is arrested after 'biting one police officer and spitting at another outside Foreign Office'
James Abbott-Thompson arrested at the Foreign Office last week
He is charged with assaulting two police officers and a public order offence
The 28-year-old former civil servant is due to appear at a trial in February 
If her party wins the election, Ms Abbott could be Home Secretary by that time 
By RICHARD SPILLETT, CRIME CORRESPONDENT FOR MAILONLINE

PUBLISHED: 09:24, 4 December 2019 | UPDATED: 09:43, 4 December 2019
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James Abbott-Thompson, the son of Shadow Home Secretary Diane Abbott, has been charged with assaulting two police officers
The son of Shadow Home Secretary Diane Abbott has been charged with two counts of assault over alleged attacks on police officers during a disturbance at the Foreign Office.
James Abbott-Thompson, 28, was arrested on Friday afternoon last week after police were called to the Foreign Office in Westminster, where he used to work.
He was later charged with two counts of assault by beating an emergency services worker and a public order offence.

Westminster Magistrates' Court heard on Monday that he is accused of spitting at and punching one officer and biting the thumb of another. 
He was bailed to appear back in front of magistrates in February. 
By that time, if Labour win next week's General Election, his mother could be Home Secretary, in charge of the country's police forces, two of whose members he is accused of assaulting.

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Ms Abbott is currently campaigning for a Labour government in which she would be in charge of the police as Home Secretary

According to his LinkedIn page, Abbott-Thompson got a position in the Foreign Office's Diplomatic Fast Stream in 2014 and was based in London for two and a half years.

He was then moved to the British Embassy in Rome until June this year, when he went on secondment to consultancy firm HewardMills, which he has since left.

Abbott-Thompson is the son of Ms Abbott and Ghanaian architect Richard Thompson, who divorced a year after his birth.

He was at the centre of a political row in 2003 when his left-wing mother was accused of hypocrisy for sending him to the £10,000-a-year City of London School.

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Abbott-Thompson studied at Cambridge before getting a job at the Foreign Office

He went on to study sixth form in Ghana and law at University of Cambridge's Trinity College.

The Met Police confirmed they were called to an incident at the Foreign Office in King Charles Street, Westminster at 2.45pm last Friday.

A spokesman said: 'James Adam Abbott-Thompson, 28, was charged on Sunday 1 December with two counts of assault by beating of an emergency services worker.

'He was further charged with an offence under Section 4 of the Public Order Act. He appeared in custody at Westminster Magistrates' Court on Monday, 2 December.

'He was granted bail and next appears at City of London Magistrates' Court on 7 February.'

The alleged assaults are said to have taken place after Abbott-Thompson arrived at the Foreign Office building and asked to speak to someone, who was not present.

A spokesman for the Crown Prosecution Service confirmed the three charges and the trial date of February 7.

Ms Abbott's office has been contacted for comment. 

Police were called to the Foreign Office in King Charles Street, Westminster last Friday +4

Ms Abbott spoke about her son during a TV interview when she was running for the Labour leadership in 2010.

Explaining her decisions about his education, she said: 'I knew what could happen if my son went to the wrong school and got in with the wrong crowd.

'They are subjected to peer pressure and when that happens it's very hard for a mother to save her son. Once a black boy is lost to the world of gangs it's very hard to get them back.'

She told the BBC's Andrew Neil: 'West Indian mums will go to the wall for their children.'

Ms Abbott made Jonathan Aitken, the former Conservative cabinet minister who served a prison sentence for perjury, her son's godfather, after she worked with him at Thames Television in the 1980s.
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Jeremy Corbyn blames TRUMP for London Bridge terror attack: Labour leader uses memorial image to accuse Boris Johnson of 'clinging on to US president's coat-tails' - just hours before he arrives for NATO summit
Convicted terrorist Usman Khan went on rampage while out of prison on licence
Saskia Jones, 23, and Jack Merritt, 25, stabbed at rehabilitation event on Friday 
Jeremy Corbyn posted election video with image of London Bridge memorial
Boris Johnson has launched a crackdown on early release of terror offenders
Family of Mr Merritt said government should not use his death for 'propaganda' 
By JAMES TAPSFIELD, POLITICAL EDITOR and DAVID WILCOCK, WHITEHALL CORRESPONDENT FOR MAILONLINE
PUBLISHED: 16:45, 2 December 2019 | UPDATED: 18:12, 2 December 2019
Jeremy Corbyn laid the blame for the deadly terror attack in London Bridge at the door of Donald Trump today as he ignored pleas to avoid politicising the atrocity. 
 
The Labour leader used an image of Friday's bloody carnage, which left two innocent people dead, in an election video released just hours before the US president's arrival in Britain.
 
A video posted on the Labour leader's Twitter feed shows flowers beside the roadsign in the capital, to a soundtrack of Mr Corbyn condemning Western wars and emotional music.
 
Donald Trump's itenary for three-day UK visit
Tonight: Mr Trump is due to land at an airport in London
 
Tomorrow: Mr Trump will attend a reception at Buckingham Palace with the Queen to welcome Nato leaders
 
Wednesday: Nato summit takes place at the Grove Hotel, near Watford
 
 
The tweet has the message: 'It's time for Britain to stop clinging on to Donald Trump's coat-tails.' 
 
It came despite complaints that both main parties have been exploiting the deadly attack ahead of Mr Trump's expected arrival in the UK this evening for a Nato summit. 
 
Ex-Labour MP John Woodcock added: 'By saying Britain only has itself to blame for the London Bridge terror attack, Jeremy Corbyn once again side with the enemies of the UK rather standing up for British citizens.
 
'This sick anti-west propaganda ignores the fact that scores of countries that had nothing to do with the Iraq war are targeted by Islamists - it is exactly the kind of thing you'd expect from Osama bin Laden not a man who wants the keys to Downing Street. 
 
'Britain will be less safe if we let Corbyn Labour's Jihadi apologists take over the country.' 
 
US President Donald Trump boards Air Force One at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland today +15
Mr Trump and First Lady Melania Trump walk to board Air Force One in Maryland today as they leave Washington for Britain ahead of the Nato summit due to begin tomorrow +15
Mr Trump and First Lady Melania Trump walk to board Air Force One in Maryland today as they leave Washington for Britain ahead of the Nato summit due to begin tomorrow
 
A video posted on the Labour leader's Twitter feed shows flowers beside the roadsign in the capital, to a soundtrack of Mr Corbyn condemning Western wars and emotional music +15
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Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn (pictured centre and right at a vigil in the capital today) have been involved in an extraordinary blame game over the London Bridge attack
 
Jack Merritt (pictured centre) was one of the victims of the London Bridge terror attack. His father David (left) has condemned politicisation of the attack +15
 
London Bridge reopened today after police conducted a final search of the area last night +15
 
Tories also reacted with fury to the online video posted to Mr Corbyn's 2.2million Twitter followers.
 
Morcombe and Lunesgate candidate David Morris said it was 'appalling behaviour especially degrading to our closest allies.'
 
'This is from a man who travels thousands of miles and places flowers on terrorists graves then... forgets he has done it,' he added.
 
'He is not fit to be even considered to visit Number 10, never mind be a potential occupant of it.' 
 
Boris Johnson has defended launching a crackdown on the treatment of convicted terrorists after the rampage by 28-year-old Usman Khan, who was out of prison on licence.
 
Former University of Cambridge students Saskia Jones, 23, and Jack Merritt, 25, were fatally stabbed during a prisoner rehabilitation event on Friday




https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7750669/Jeremy-Corbyn-FINALLY-says-sorry-Labour-anti-Semitism-insists-dealt-it.html?ico=pushly-notifcation-small
Jeremy Corbyn FINALLY says sorry for anti-Semitism in the Labour Party but insists he has 'dealt with it' as he is savaged by Philip Schofield in bad-tempered exchange on This Morning
The opposition leader apologised in an exchange live on ITV's This Morning 
He was pressed by Philip Schofield, who asked: 'Why can't you say sorry?'
Mr Corbyn replied: 'Obviously I am very sorry for everything that has happened'
By DAVID WILCOCK, WHITEHALL CORRESPONDENT FOR MAILONLINE
 
PUBLISHED: 11:10, 3 December 2019 | UPDATED: 11:27, 3 December 2019
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The opposition leader apologised in a bad-tempered exchange live on This Morning +4
 
Jeremy Corbyn finally said sorry for the anti-Semitism crisis that has engulfed the Labour Party - but insisted he has 'dealt with it'.
 
The opposition leader apologised in a bad-tempered exchange live on This Morning after being pressed by host Philip Schofield. 
 
Mr Corbyn has steadfastly refused in recent days to apologise directly in media interviews in recent days as the issue has reared its head in the election campaign - although he has had sorry previously.
 
 
But appearing on ITV's magazine show with Schofield and co-host Holly Willoughby, he was pressed to say sorry, with Schofield asking: 'Why can't you say sorry?'
 
Mr Corbyn finally relented saying: 'Obviously I am very sorry for everything that has happened. 
 
'But I would like to make it clear that we are dealing with it - I have dealt with it.'
 
Appearing on ITV's magazine show with Philip Schofield and co-host Holly Willoughby, he was pressed to say sorry, with Schofield asking: 'Why can't you say sorry?' +4
Appearing on ITV's magazine show with Philip Schofield and co-host Holly Willoughby, he was pressed to say sorry, with Schofield asking: 'Why can't you say sorry?'
 
Mr Corbyn finally relented, telling them: 'Obviously I am very sorry for everything that has happened' +4
 Mr Corbyn finally relented, telling them: 'Obviously I am very sorry for everything that has happened'
 
 He added: 'Other parties are also affected by anti-Semitism.
 
'Candidates have been withdrawn by the Liberal Democrats, and the Conservatives and by us because of it. We just do not accept it in any form whatsoever.'
 
Mr Corbyn was embroiled in a row with the Chief Rabbi last week, saying he was  'wrong' to accuse Labour of failing to tackle anti-Semitism - as the party leader refused four times to apologise to British Jews.
 
In a bruising prime time pre-election interview with the BBC's Andrew Neil, Mr Corbyn said he wanted to have 'a discussion' with Ephraim Mirvis after he accused the left-winger of  allowing the 'poison' of anti-Semitism to take root in Labour.
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Jeremy Corbyn FINALLY says sorry for anti-Semitism in the Labour Party but insists he has 'dealt with it' as he is savaged by Philip Schofield in bad-tempered exchange on This Morning
The opposition leader apologised in an exchange live on ITV's This Morning 
He was pressed by Philip Schofield, who asked: 'Why can't you say sorry?'
Mr Corbyn replied: 'Obviously I am very sorry for everything that has happened'
By DAVID WILCOCK, WHITEHALL CORRESPONDENT FOR MAILONLINE

PUBLISHED: 11:10, 3 December 2019 | UPDATED: 11:27, 3 December 2019

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The opposition leader apologised in a bad-tempered exchange live on This Morning +4

Jeremy Corbyn finally said sorry for the anti-Semitism crisis that has engulfed the Labour Party - but insisted he has 'dealt with it'.

The opposition leader apologised in a bad-tempered exchange live on This Morning after being pressed by host Philip Schofield. 

Mr Corbyn has steadfastly refused in recent days to apologise directly in media interviews in recent days as the issue has reared its head in the election campaign - although he has had sorry previously.


But appearing on ITV's magazine show with Schofield and co-host Holly Willoughby, he was pressed to say sorry, with Schofield asking: 'Why can't you say sorry?'

Mr Corbyn finally relented saying: 'Obviously I am very sorry for everything that has happened. 

'But I would like to make it clear that we are dealing with it - I have dealt with it.'

Appearing on ITV's magazine show with Philip Schofield and co-host Holly Willoughby, he was pressed to say sorry, with Schofield asking: 'Why can't you say sorry?' +4
Appearing on ITV's magazine show with Philip Schofield and co-host Holly Willoughby, he was pressed to say sorry, with Schofield asking: 'Why can't you say sorry?'

Mr Corbyn finally relented, telling them: 'Obviously I am very sorry for everything that has happened' +4
 Mr Corbyn finally relented, telling them: 'Obviously I am very sorry for everything that has happened'

 He added: 'Other parties are also affected by anti-Semitism.

'Candidates have been withdrawn by the Liberal Democrats, and the Conservatives and by us because of it. We just do not accept it in any form whatsoever.'

Mr Corbyn was embroiled in a row with the Chief Rabbi last week, saying he was  'wrong' to accuse Labour of failing to tackle anti-Semitism - as the party leader refused four times to apologise to British Jews.

In a bruising prime time pre-election interview with the BBC's Andrew Neil, Mr Corbyn said he wanted to have 'a discussion' with Ephraim Mirvis after he accused the left-winger of  allowing the 'poison' of anti-Semitism to take root in Labour.
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Jeremy Corbyn blames TRUMP for London Bridge terror attack: Labour leader uses memorial image to accuse Boris Johnson of 'clinging on to US president's coat-tails' - just hours before he arrives for NATO summit
Convicted terrorist Usman Khan went on rampage while out of prison on licence
Saskia Jones, 23, and Jack Merritt, 25, stabbed at rehabilitation event on Friday 
Jeremy Corbyn posted election video with image of London Bridge memorial
Boris Johnson has launched a crackdown on early release of terror offenders
Family of Mr Merritt said government should not use his death for 'propaganda' 
By JAMES TAPSFIELD, POLITICAL EDITOR and DAVID WILCOCK, WHITEHALL CORRESPONDENT FOR MAILONLINE
PUBLISHED: 16:45, 2 December 2019 | UPDATED: 18:12, 2 December 2019
Jeremy Corbyn laid the blame for the deadly terror attack in London Bridge at the door of Donald Trump today as he ignored pleas to avoid politicising the atrocity. 

The Labour leader used an image of Friday's bloody carnage, which left two innocent people dead, in an election video released just hours before the US president's arrival in Britain.

A video posted on the Labour leader's Twitter feed shows flowers beside the roadsign in the capital, to a soundtrack of Mr Corbyn condemning Western wars and emotional music.

Donald Trump's itenary for three-day UK visit
Tonight: Mr Trump is due to land at an airport in London

Tomorrow: Mr Trump will attend a reception at Buckingham Palace with the Queen to welcome Nato leaders

Wednesday: Nato summit takes place at the Grove Hotel, near Watford


The tweet has the message: 'It's time for Britain to stop clinging on to Donald Trump's coat-tails.' 

It came despite complaints that both main parties have been exploiting the deadly attack ahead of Mr Trump's expected arrival in the UK this evening for a Nato summit. 

Ex-Labour MP John Woodcock added: 'By saying Britain only has itself to blame for the London Bridge terror attack, Jeremy Corbyn once again side with the enemies of the UK rather standing up for British citizens.

'This sick anti-west propaganda ignores the fact that scores of countries that had nothing to do with the Iraq war are targeted by Islamists - it is exactly the kind of thing you'd expect from Osama bin Laden not a man who wants the keys to Downing Street. 

'Britain will be less safe if we let Corbyn Labour's Jihadi apologists take over the country.' 

US President Donald Trump boards Air Force One at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland today +15
Mr Trump and First Lady Melania Trump walk to board Air Force One in Maryland today as they leave Washington for Britain ahead of the Nato summit due to begin tomorrow +15
Mr Trump and First Lady Melania Trump walk to board Air Force One in Maryland today as they leave Washington for Britain ahead of the Nato summit due to begin tomorrow

A video posted on the Labour leader's Twitter feed shows flowers beside the roadsign in the capital, to a soundtrack of Mr Corbyn condemning Western wars and emotional music +15
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Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn (pictured centre and right at a vigil in the capital today) have been involved in an extraordinary blame game over the London Bridge attack

Jack Merritt (pictured centre) was one of the victims of the London Bridge terror attack. His father David (left) has condemned politicisation of the attack +15

London Bridge reopened today after police conducted a final search of the area last night +15

Tories also reacted with fury to the online video posted to Mr Corbyn's 2.2million Twitter followers.

Morcombe and Lunesgate candidate David Morris said it was 'appalling behaviour especially degrading to our closest allies.'

'This is from a man who travels thousands of miles and places flowers on terrorists graves then... forgets he has done it,' he added.

'He is not fit to be even considered to visit Number 10, never mind be a potential occupant of it.' 

Boris Johnson has defended launching a crackdown on the treatment of convicted terrorists after the rampage by 28-year-old Usman Khan, who was out of prison on licence.

Former University of Cambridge students Saskia Jones, 23, and Jack Merritt, 25, were fatally stabbed during a prisoner rehabilitation event on Friday. 

In a searing rebuke, Mr Merritt's father David, an estates manager at a sixth form college and Labour activist, said last night: 'Don't use my son's death, and his and his colleague's photos - to promote your vile propaganda.

'Jack stood against everything you stand for - hatred, division, ignorance.' 

David Merritt, who describes himself on Twitter as a 'pragmatic left-leaning atheist', has been repeatedly retweeting messages urging politicians against swingeing reactions to the London Bridge attack. 

The family of Mr Merritt, from Cottenham, Cambridgeshire, asked yesterday that his death not be used to justify introducing 'even more draconian sentences' on offenders in a heartfelt tribute. 

Khan was on licence and wearing an electronic monitoring tag when he launched the attack, which injured three others, after he was invited to the prisoner rehabilitation conference on Friday afternoon.

'It's my job to keep people safe': Boris Johnson defies fury of father of London Bridge terror attack victim
Boris Johnson today denied exploiting the London Bridge terror attack despite a a backlash from the father of one of the victims.

The Prime Minister defended launching a crackdown on the treatment of convicted terrorists after 28-year-old Usman Khan went on a rampage while out of prison on licence. 

Speaking to reporters in Southampton this afternoon, the PM rejected the idea that his action was a knee-jerk response.

'Look at my 2012 manifesto on crime ... I've campaigned for a long time for longer sentences for serious and violent offenders,' he said.

Mr Johnson said it was 'probably clear from the outset' that Khan was 'too tough to crack' when it came to rehabilitation.

'What I'm saying is our job is to keep the public safe and that's what we want to do,' he added.

The event was organised held by Learning Together, a programme associated with Cambridge University's Institute of Criminology.

The attack has prompted the Ministry of Justice to review the licence conditions of every convicted terrorist released from prison, which Mr Johnson told the BBC's Andrew Marr show yesterday said was 'probably about 74' people.

Mr Johnson has vowed to take steps to ensure people are not released early when they commit serious offences.

But speaking to reporters in Southampton this afternoon, the PM rejected the idea that his action was a knee-jerk response.

'Look at my 2012 manifesto on crime ... I've campaigned for a long time for longer sentences for serious and violent offenders,' he said.

Mr Johnson said it was 'probably clear from the outset' that Khan was 'too tough to crack' when it came to rehabilitation.

'What I'm saying is our job is to keep the public safe and that's what we want to do,' he added. 

Mr Corbyn also made a speech on the terrorism threat yesterday, saying Western aggression and austerity was responsible for fuelling the problems, and convicted terrorists should 'not necessarily' serve their full sentences. 

The election video posted on Twitter today includes footage of his speech, interspersed with images including that of the memorial at London Bridge.
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Jeremy Corbyn questions Israel's right to exist and says the BBC is 'biased' in favour of Jewish state in shocking 2011 video from Iranian TV that re-ignites the Labour anti-Semitism row
He spoke to Tehran-backed Press TV - since banned from operating in the UK
He attacks the British broadcaster's coverage of issues in the Middle East
He said: 'I think there is a bias towards saying ... that Israel has a right to exist'
By DAVID WILCOCK, WHITEHALL CORRESPONDENT FOR MAILONLINE

PUBLISHED: 09:36, 29 November 2019 | UPDATED: 10:22, 29 November 2019
Jeremy Corbyn tells Iranian television that the BBC is biased 'towards Israel having a right to exist' in a chilling video clip that reignites the anti-Semitism row engulfing the Labour leader. 

In an interview with Tehran-backed channel Press TV - since banned from operating in the UK - he attacks the British broadcaster's coverage of issues in the Middle East.

In clip that is circulating online today, filmed in 2011 when Mr Corbyn was a backbench MP, he also claims that the then director general Mark Thompson had 'an agenda'.

He said: 'I think there is a bias [in the BBC] towards saying that Israel has a democracy in the Middle East, that Israel has a right to exist, Israel has its security concerns.'

It comes days after he sparked fury after refusing to apologise to British Jews over the anti-Semitism row and clashed with the Chief Rabbi ahead of December's election. 

Jeremy Corbyn said: 'I think there is a bias [in the BBC] towards saying that Israel has a democracy in the Middle East, that Israel has a right to exist, Israel has its security concerns.' +2
Jeremy Corbyn said: 'I think there is a bias [in the BBC] towards saying that Israel has a democracy in the Middle East, that Israel has a right to exist, Israel has its security concerns.'

Labour leader Mr Corbyn (pictured in a climate change debate last night) made several notable appearnces on Tehran-based Press TV as a backbencher +2
Labour leader Mr Corbyn (pictured in a climate change debate last night) made several notable appearnces on Tehran-based Press TV as a backbencher

Mr Corbyn made several notable appearances on Tehran-based Press TV as a backbencher. 

In 2012 the channel lost its UK broadcast licence after broadcasting a clip of an apparent confession by documentary-maker Maziar Bahari in Tehran which he claimed was obtained via torture.

The clip of Mr Corbyn also shows him saying: '[There is] pressure on the BBC from probably Mark Thompson, who seems to me to have an agenda in this respect. 

'There seems to be a great deal of pressure on the BBC from the Israeli government and the Israeli embassy and they are very assertive towards all journalists, they challenge every single thing. on reporting the whole time.'

It follows a difficult live TV interview for Mr Corbyn on Tuesday in which he said the Chief Rabbi was 'wrong' to accuse Labour of failing to tackle anti-Semitism' 

In a bruising prime time pre-election interview with the BBC's Andrew Neil, Mr Corbyn refused four times to apologise to British Jews. 

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He said he wanted to have 'a discussion' with Ephraim Mirvis after he accused the left-winger of allowing the 'poison' of anti-Semitism to take root in Labour.

The Labour leader was challenged over Mr Mirvis's allegation that Labour's claims it is doing everything to tackle anti-Jewish racism was a 'mendacious fiction'.

'No, he's not right. Because he would have to produce the evidence to say that's mendacious,' Mr Corbyn replied.

He insisted he has 'developed a much stronger process' and had sanctioned and removed members who have been anti-Semitic.

But he floundered when Mr Neil detailed specific cases of anti-Semitism by Labour members who faced little or no sanction.

Boris Johnson today said he found it 'quite incredible' to see 'what has happened to the Labour Party'.

He told LBC: 'I think he's slightly not in total control, and I think there's a lack of grip and a culture of anti-Semitism.' 

It came amid reports of Labour switching to a major defensive strategy in the north as Leave voters abandon 'toxic' Mr Corbyn.

A study by YouGov suggested the Tories could smash Labour's 'red wall' of traditional stronghold to win 359 seats out of 650 - up from 317 in the 2017 election and a comfortable 68 majority.

Mr Corbyn was found to secure just 211 seats, down from 262 two years ago - and only just above the historic disaster of 209 when the party was led by his left-wing hero Michael Foot.

A party source told the Times that the campaign was in chaos, telling the newspaper: 'There are too many heads of strategy, people with their heads in the sand about how toxic Jeremy is and a chaotic organisational structure. 

'But it's impossible to plan if you have no leadership.'

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Len McCluskey: Chief Rabbi ‘wrong’ to say Corbyn unfit to be PM
Union boss tells BBC Radio 4 he thought it was 'quite extraordinary that a religious leader should come out and say that'
By JEWISH NEWS REPORTER
November 28, 2019, 2:49 pm  2
Len McCluskey makes a speech during the Durham Miners' Gala. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Saturday July 13, 2019. See PA story POLITICS Corbyn. Photo credit should read: Owen Humphreys/PA Wire
Len McCluskey makes a speech during the Durham Miners' Gala. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Saturday July 13, 2019. See PA story POLITICS Corbyn. Photo credit should read: Owen Humphreys/PA Wire
Unite general secretary Len McCluskey has said the UK’s Chief Rabbi was “wrong” to say Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn was not fit to be prime minister.
In a column in The Times on Tuesday, Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis staged an unprecedented intervention, saying antisemitism in the Labour Party was a “poison – sanctioned from the top”.
Speaking to BBC Radio 4’s World At One programme, Mr McCluskey said: “I think that was wrong and quite extraordinary that a religious leader should come out and say that.”
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He added: “Labour has fought, Jeremy Corbyn has fought, I’ve fought all my life against antisemitism. Labour has now very robust procedures to deal with anybody. We don’t want a single antisemite in the Labour Party.”
He continued: “I’m sure that’s what he believes if he said it, I just absolutely, fundamentally disagree with him.”
The party has tried to steer its campaign away from allegations of antisemitism and towards the NHS and climate change.
Corbyn faced pressure to apologise to the Jewish community after failing to when pressed during a 30-minute grilling on the BBC by veteran journalist Andrew Neil on Tuesday evening.
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Archbishop of Canterbury says Chief Rabbi had ‘no choice’ but to intervene
Justin Welby says the Jewish leader's call to speak out was 'one of the most painful decisions he's ever had to take'
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November 28, 2019, 3:39 pm  
Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby with his friend, Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis.
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Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby with his friend, Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis. Credit: Blake Ezra Photography
Victims of antisemitism must be made to “feel reassured” for true repentance to be shown, the Archbishop of Canterbury has said.
Justin Welby added that the Chief Rabbi felt he had “no choice” but to intervene in the election period and call out antisemitism in the Labour Party.
Justin Welby added that “true repentance” means “both acknowledging where things have gone wrong, but also changing course and action”.
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The Archbishop of Canterbury said that for Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis, speaking out about antisemitism was “one of the most painful decisions he’s ever had to take”.
Speaking on BBC Radio 5 Live’s Emma Barnett Show, Mr Welby said: “You’d have to ask him directly, but I obviously know him quite well and when you look at his article he talks about it being one of the most painful decisions he’s ever had to take, and I know that’s true.
“His instincts, like mine and others, are that during an election, you keep schtum, you say nothing. And a lot of people in the Jewish community were saying, ‘you’ve got to speak’, and he felt that there was no choice.”
Asked whether Mr Corbyn should apologise for the party’s issue with antisemitism, Mr Welby said “true repentance” must be shown, but warned that “it’s not a quick thing”.
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Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn giving his keynote speech at the party's annual conference, October 2018. (Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire via Jewish News)
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The Jewish community has always proudly defined itself by the contribution it makes to British life. As the Chief Rabbi emphasised this week to devastating effect, thanks to the Labour Party it is now tragically defined by antisemitism.

And, quite frankly, everyone is sick and tired of hearing it.

The enormity of Ephraim Mirvis’ shocking intervention in The Times this week, two weeks before election day, cannot be overstated.

Nobody in the Jewish community, not the Chief Rabbi nor indeed my newspaper which, last year, united with two other Jewish papers to publish identical front pages warning a Corbyn government would be a threat to British Jews, wants to face this harrowing ordeal day after day, month after month, year after year.

Like the rest of the country, British Jews want a Labour Party that, at its best, mirrors British values. A party that stands up for minorities, gives hope to the young and cares for the old. That’s why, for the majority of British Jews, a vote for Labour at election time always seemed the only moral choice.

Not this time. Not this party.

The Labour Party at this election has lost its soul, its legacy, its Britishness.

The Chief Rabbi accused Corbyn of spreading “antisemitic poison”, but stopped short of calling him antisemitic. So is he? It’s a question many have asked but only Jeremy Corbyn can answer.


Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis, Chief Rabbi of United Kingdom and the Commonwealth.
He certainly gets on marvellously with antisemites. He likes anti-Jewish murals, mourns antisemitic terrorists and befriends the psychopaths of Hamas and Hezbollah. He shows genuine warmth towards people who, given half a chance, would slaughter every single Jew, from Tel Aviv to Tottenham.

Last week, footage emerged of him backslapping someone straight after they claimed Zionism made Jews “immoral”. This is Corbyn in his comfort zone.

This is why Labour is only the second political party after the BNP to be investigated for antisemitism by the Equality and Human Rights Commission, a watchdog set up by Labour.

Labour is fielding candidates at this election who shouldn’t be allowed in the party, let alone Parliament. Instead of firmly shutting the door in their faces, they are welcomed in and made would-be MPs.

Labour’s candidate in Harlow defended a blog about a ‘Jewish final solution’. Labour’s candidate in Coventry South told a pro-Israel tweeter told to “jump off a cliff”. Labour’s candidate in St Ives is in a band that sings From the River to the Sea’, a song calling for Israel’s destruction. Labour’s candidate in Poplar and Limehouse shared social media posts about “Zionist masters”. Labour’s candidate in Leeds East lied on national TV when he denied saying “Zionism is the enemy of peace”.


Jeremy Corbyn, Jo Swinson, Boris Johnson and Nigel Farage.
Five others have been removed for antisemitism – after intense media pressure. This lot should follow, but don’t hold your breath.

These are precisely the sort of people who’ve enthusiastically joined the party since Corbyn took over.

Call them out for what they are and he denounces his core support.

That’s Corbyn’s catch 20-Jew.

Rather than asking if Jeremy Corbyn is antisemitic, a more revealing question might be: what is it about the Labour Party that antisemites find so attractive? The answer is simple. Jeremy Corbyn.

That’s the truth every voter must choose to ignore if they vote Labour on 12 December.

ABOUT THE AUTHORRichard Ferrer has become a leading voice on Jewish communal issues since becoming editor of the Jewish News in 2009, writing about contemporary Jewish life for a national audience. He edited the Boston Jewish Advocate, America's oldest Jewish newspaper and created the Channel 4 series Jewish Mum of the Year.
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Jeremy Corbyn is BOOED on Question Time as he admits for the first time he will NEVER reveal whether he backs Brexit - after audience hammers him over 'terrifying' hard-Left manifesto and condemns the vile anti-Semitism in Labour
Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn were subjected to a grilling from the BBC Question Time audience
Tonight was the second major TV showdown of the election campaign after ITV debate special this week 
Lib Dem leader Jo Swinson and SNP chief Nicola Sturgeon have also taken part in separate half-hour sessions
Polling day for the general election is now less than three weeks away as the leaders scramble for support 
Mr Johnson and the Conservatives look to have a commanding poll lead over Mr Corbyn and the Labour Party 
By JAMES TAPSFIELD, POLITICAL EDITOR FOR MAILONLINE and JACK MAIDMENT, DEPUTY POLITICAL EDITOR FOR MAILONLINE

PUBLISHED: 17:58, 22 November 2019 | UPDATED: 02:04, 23 November 2019
Jeremy Corbyn faced a brutal onslaught from the audience on Question Time tonight as he desperately struggled to convince voters he is fit to be PM.

The Labour leader looked shocked as he was booed on the flagship BBC show when he tried to explain his party's convoluted position on Brexit.

For the first time Mr Corbyn made clear the public will never know whether he personally wants to Leave or Remain - admitting he intends to stay 'neutral' in a second referendum rather than backing the new package he wants to negotiate with the EU. 

In his own grilling on the same programme later, Boris Johnson expressed incredulity that Labour was 'indifferent' on the biggest decision facing the country. 

During a devastating 30-minute mauling, Mr Corbyn reeled as he was confronted by more voters over 'misogynism' and anti-Semitism in the Labour Party. Ryan Jacobs, 36, from Hull, told him that he was not the 'nice old grandpa' he seemed.

'Why do female MPs need bodyguards at party conference?' they said.

The veteran was also asked whether business should be 'frightened' of a left-wing government, as Tom Gray, Rotherham, a 25-year-old housing officer, said: 'Your reckless socialist ideas are genuinely terrifying for me and my family.'   

He was challenged over whether he would bow to Nicola Sturgeon's demand for another Scottish independence referendum - which she has warned would be a red line for propping him up in power if there is a hung Parliament.

He eventually muttered that a new ballot should not take place 'in the early part of the new Parliament', but made clear it would happen. 

He also floundered as he defended the party's pledge to nationalise chunks of BT and offer free broadband to everyone in the country - which experts say would cost £100billion. 

He initially claimed that South Korea had a similar system and everyone received free broadband, before admitting that many people there still paid for the service.

Mr Corbyn is desperately trying to overhaul the Tory advantage in the polls, which has been running at up to 17 points and consistently in double figures. 

Jeremy Corbyn struggled in the face of angry questioning tonight +17
Jeremy Corbyn faced a battle to convince voters he is fit to be PM tonight as he was grilled on Question Time

Mr Corbyn also reeled as he was confronted by more voters on the flagship BBC show over 'misogynism' and anti-Semitism in the Labour Party +17
Mr Corbyn also reeled as he was confronted by more voters on the flagship BBC show over 'misogynism' and anti-Semitism in the Labour Party 

Nicola Sturgeon +17
Jo Swinson was also on Question Time +17
Taking to the stage immediately after Mr Corbyn, Ms Sturgeon (left) insisted if there is a hung Parliament he will cave into her demands for a referendum next year so he can get the keys to Downing Street. Jo Swinson was also on Question Time 

In his own grilling on the same programme later, Boris Johnson expressed incredulity that Labour was 'indifferent' on the biggest decision facing the country +17
In his own grilling on the same programme later, Boris Johnson expressed incredulity that Labour was 'indifferent' on the biggest decision facing the country

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Such a margin of victory on December 12 would be more than enough to deliver Mr Johnson the overall majority he craves to 'get Brexit done'.

Labour launched its most left-wing manifesto for decades yesterday, pledging to hike taxes by £83billion to fund a massive public spending splurge and nationalisation of swathes of the economy.

The party insists only the wealthy will have to pay more tax. However, the respected IFS think-tank has branded that claim 'not credible'. 

Jeremy Corbyn says he will NEVER reveal whether he backs Leave or Remain 
During a particularly painful exchange, Jeremy Corbyn admitted for the first time that while he wants to renegotiate a Brexit deal and put it to a referendum, he would not back Leave or Remain at any stage. 

One man said: 'Mr Corbyn, will you campaign to remain or leave the EU. Why would anyone vote Labour without knowing the answer to that question?'

Mr Corbyn replied: 'One, we will negotiate a credible Leave deal with the European Union.'

The audience laughed and groaned, prompting Mr Corbyn to snap back: 'Let me finish please, I am trying to answer the gentleman's question.

'Secondly, we will put that alongside remain in a referendum. 

'The role of our government will be to ensure that the referendum is held in a fair atmosphere and we will abide by the result of it and I will adopt… a neutral stance so that I can credibly carry out the results of that to bring our communities and country together rather than continuing an endless debate about the EU and Brexit.'

In one toe-curling clash, a man told Mr Corbyn: 'I heard you talk about free speech and standing up for human rights.

'I have two young daughters and what terrifies me is some of the Labour MPs, some of the female MPs, and the misogyny that has happened in the Labour Party.

'They have been driven out of the party. I look at a video on YouTube of Ruth Smeeth particularly, because and I am willing to give you the benefit of the doubt in terms of maybe people aren't doing it in your name.

'But I look at a video of Ruth Smeeth online where she was in a press conference with you and Ruth Smeeth, a Jewish MP, was heckled out of the press conference and there you are at the end of the press conference chatting happily to that same heckler.

'I don't buy this whole nice old grandpa. I see that video and that tells me all I need to know and I am terrified for my daughters because I see what you did in that video.

'I don't understand how you can say you stand up for human rights and free speech when that is how you support a Labour MP at a Labour press conference.

'I think that is disgraceful.'

Mr Corbyn responded: 'Nobody should suffer any abuse in public life or privately.'

The audience member hit back and said: 'Watch the video.'

During a particularly painful exchange, Mr Corbyn admitted for the first time that while he wants to renegotiate a Brexit deal and put it to a referendum, he would not back Leave or Remain at any stage. 

One man said: 'Mr Corbyn, will you campaign to remain or leave the EU. Why would anyone vote Labour without knowing the answer to that question?'

Mr Corbyn replied: 'One, we will negotiate a credible Leave deal with the European Union.'

Ryan Jacobs, 36, from Hull, dismissed Mr Corbyn's 'nice old grandpa' image +17
Tom Gray, Rotherham, 25, housing officer and politics student at the Open University, said:  'Your reckless socialist ideas are genuinely terrifying for me and my family.' +17
Ryan Jacobs, 36, from Hull, (left) dismissed Mr Corbyn's 'nice old grandpa' image. Tom Gray, Rotherham, 25, housing officer and politics student at the Open University (right), said: 'Your reckless socialist ideas are genuinely terrifying for me and my family.'

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The audience of 150 people roasted Mr Corbyn over Brexit and anti-Semitism. The BBC said the crowd was roughly equally split between Conservative and Labour supporters with a smaller number for the Liberal Democrats and SNP  

The audience laughed and groaned, prompting Mr Corbyn to snap back: 'Let me finish please, I am trying to answer the gentleman's question.

Who was in the QT audience tonight? 
The Question Time audience was made up of around 150 people.

The BBC said it was a roughly equal split between Conservative and Labour supporters with a smaller number for the Liberal Democrats and SNP. 

The corporation added that there was a slim majority for people who voted Leave over Remain, except for some who were too young to vote at the last election. 

But not everyone was happy with the selection.

Former No10 communications chief Robbie Gibb tweeted: 'This audience feels like it's full political activists rather than typical voters.'

Other Twitter users pointed out that one of the women who asked Boris Johnson a question appeared to be Kate Rutter, an actress who starred in left-wing director Ken Loach's film I, Daniel Blake.

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Twitter users pointed out that one of the women who asked Boris Johnson a question appeared to be Kate Rutter, an actress who starred in left-wing director Ken Loach's film I, Daniel Blake

'Secondly, we will put that alongside remain in a referendum. The role of our government will be to ensure that the referendum is held in a fair atmosphere and we will abide by the result of it and I will adopt… a neutral stance so that I can credibly carry out the results of that to bring our communities and country together rather than continuing an endless debate about the EU and Brexit.'

Mr Corbyn was pushed hard on the issue of whether there should be a second referendum on Scottish independence.

He said: 'I don't see a priority in Scotland of having an independence referendum.'

He added: 'In the early years of a Labour government we will not be supporting an independence referendum instead we will be investing in Scotland.'

Host Fiona Bruce pressed Mr Corbyn to define exactly what he meant when he said 'early years' as she asked if it was two, three or four years.

He said: 'The early years. First two years. At least.'

Mr Corbyn's answer prompted more audience laughter. 

Taking to the stage immediately after Mr Corbyn, Ms Sturgeon insisted if there is a hung Parliament he will cave into her demands for a referendum next year so he can get the keys to Downing Street. 

And during his appearance later, Mr Johnson said Mr Corbyn's Brexit stance appeared to have 'mutated'.

The Prime Minister then said: 'He is now going to be neutral on the deal that he proposes to do.

'I don't see how he can do a deal when he is going to be neutral or indifferent about the deal that he wants to do.

'Never mind that. I do not think whatever deal Mr Corbyn proposes, I don't think it is sensible for this great country of ours to spend next year in yet more delectable disputations about the EU and then another referendum on Scotland. How can that be right for our country?'

It is the second major TV showdown of the campaign so far - after the pair went head-to-head in an ITV special earlier this week.

Nicola Sturgeon says Corbyn would risk the union to win power 
Nicola Sturgeon tonight claimed Jeremy Corbyn would be willing to sacrifice the Union of the United Kingdom if that was the price of taking power after the election. 

Mr Corbyn said he would not allow a second Scottish independence referendum to take place in the 'early years' of a Labour government - a period he defined as 'at least' two years. 

But Ms Sturgeon, the SNP leader, is adamant that a second breakaway poll must take place before the end of next year.

The Scottish First Minister claimed this evening that Mr Corbyn would be willing to tear up his red line on the issue if he was in a position to form a government after December 12 but needed the support of the SNP. 

She said the Labour leader would not be able to resist the possibility of forming a government and rolling out his massive spending plans. 

Ms Sturgeon's comments on a BBC Question Time special confirm that Labour support for a second independence referendum would be her main ask during potential post-election cooperation talks. 

That clash was generally seen as a draw, with Mr Johnson hammering his opponent over his muddled Brexit stance, while the Labour leader got in his key attack lines on the NHS.

This time they were being interrogated separately for 30 minutes by members of the public in the audience, with host Fiona Bruce trying to keep order. 

Despite focus groups conducted for polling expert Lord Ashcroft in constituencies in the north of England last night suggested voters are highly sceptical of populist giveaways such as free broadband for everyone. 

Worryingly for Mr Corbyn polling in the constituency of Great Grimsby this week found that the Brexit Party has been siphoning off Labour votes - apparently supporting Nigel Farage's repeated claim that he will not split the Eurosceptic vote.   

There is still time for things to change, with the leaders facing the potential for disaster in unpredictable TV specials like Question Time. 

During last night's regular edition of the show, a motorbike-loving £80,000-a-year IT consultant sparked a huge row after savaging Mr Corbyn's plan to 'super-tax' hard-working Britons. 

Rob 'Bullet' Barber lashed out at shadow justice secretary Richard Burgon for his party's policy of imposing £83billion in new taxes to fund Mr Corbyn's massive spending spree.  

The 38-year-old IT consultant and high-profile motorcycle racer from Bury was cheered to the rafters as he vented his rage at the left-wing raid, saying it was a 'lie' that Labour was only targeting the very wealthy and billionaires.

But Mr Barber also had some viewers scratching their heads after claiming he was not in the top 5 per cent of earners, despite saying his salary was more than £80,000.

Among a slew of punishing tax rises in the Labour manifesto published yesterday was a new 45p tax rate for those earning over £80,000. 

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Nicola Sturgeon (left) and Jo Swinson (right) arrived in Sheffield for the QT special tonight. Each leader will face 30 minutes of audience questions

Boris Johnson (pictured on a hospital visit to Bassetlaw today) and Mr Corbyn will both run the gauntlet of the BBC Question Time audience tonight +17
Boris Johnson (pictured on a hospital visit to Bassetlaw today) and Mr Corbyn will both run the gauntlet of the BBC Question Time audience tonight

Mr Corbyn brandished a copy of Labour's manifesto as he arrived at the Question Time special venue in Sheffield tonight +17
Mr Corbyn brandished a copy of Labour's manifesto as he arrived at the Question Time special venue in Sheffield tonight

The scale of the challenge facing Mr Corbyn was illustrated today after a new poll found that less than a quarter of British voters like the Labour leader. 

Some 44 per cent of people who took part in a Ipsos MORI survey said they like Mr Johnson. 

But just 23 per cent said the same of Mr Corbyn. That number ranks as the lowest likeability rating for a Tory or Labour leader recorded by the polling company since 2007. 

Overall, the poll put support for the Tories at 44 per cent, up three points on a month ago, while Labour is up four points to 28 per cent. 

Mr Farage did not take part in this evening's Question Time event but he tried to get his election campaign back on track today as he set out his vision for Britain. 

He launched the Brexit Party's election 'contract' with the British people as he pledged to abolish the House of Lords and scrap the BBC licence fee. 

He also outlined a pledge to make it easier for people to force a referendum on crunch issues. 

The Brexit Party wants to introduce 'Citizens' Initiatives' to allow people to demand a national ballot if they are able to secure the signatures of at least five million registered voters. 

Mr Farage insisted there would be a decade time limit on repeating votes on the same issue. 

But the proposal does raise the prospect of a 'Neverendum' series of votes on the UK's EU membership.

Tonight's Question Time event was a risk for Mr Johnson, pictured pouring a cup of tea at a hospital in Nottinghamshire today, given his lead in the polls +17
Tonight's Question Time event was a risk for Mr Johnson, pictured pouring a cup of tea at a hospital in Nottinghamshire today, given his lead in the polls

Mr Corbyn (pictured in Stoke-on-Trent today) was first up for a grilling in the BBC special election programme this evening +17
Mr Corbyn (pictured in Stoke-on-Trent today) was first up for a grilling in the BBC special election programme this evening

Nigel Farage today unveiled and signed the Brexit Party's 'contract with the people' which set out a series of policy pledges. He is not taking part in this evening's event +17
Nigel Farage today unveiled and signed the Brexit Party's 'contract with the people' which set out a series of policy pledges. He is not taking part in this evening's event

Boris Johnson faces audience barbs over 'telling the truth' as he runs the Question Time gauntlet 
Boris Johnson faced barbs over his trustworthiness, controversial newspaper columns and his failure to publish a report on allegations of Russian interference in British democracy tonight as he ran the gauntlet of the Question Time audience.

The Prime Minister's appearance on the BBC's flagship election special began with an immediate challenge over how important it is to 'tell the truth'. 

Amid jeers from the crowd, Mr Johnson insisted that the main threat to public trust was the failure to honour the result of the 2016 Brexit referendum. 

'I think it is absolutely vital,' he said. 'And I think that the issue of trust in politics is central to this election. 

'And fundamental to the corrosion of trust in politics at the moment is the failure of politicians to deliver Brexit.' 

Mr Johnson was also challenged over delays to the publication of a report on alleged Russian interference in British politics. 

But he dismissed claims it had been deliberately held back to avoid embarrassment as 'Bermuda Triangle stuff'.  

Mr Johnson said Mr Corbyn's Brexit stance appeared to have 'mutated'.

The Prime Minister then said: 'He is now going to be neutral on the deal that he proposes to do.

Boris Johnson's appearance on the BBC 's flagship election special began with an immediate challenge over how important it is to 'tell the truth' +17
Boris Johnson's appearance on the BBC 's flagship election special began with an immediate challenge over how important it is to 'tell the truth'

'I don't see how he can do a deal when he is going to be neutral or indifferent about the deal that he wants to do.

'Never mind that. I do not think whatever deal Mr Corbyn proposes, I don't think it is sensible for this great country of ours to spend next year in yet more delectable disputations about the EU and then another referendum on Scotland.

'How can that be right for our country?' 

Mr Johnson tried to focus on Brexit during his responses to many of the questions he was asked this evening. 

But the audience laughed and groaned when he claimed MPs had been 'given every opportunity' to agree to his Brexit deal. 

'On your point about the reasons for having an election, let's be in no doubt, I didn't want to have an election,' he said.

'No prime minister wants to have an election on December 12. We had to do it because Parliament is blocking Brexit.'

The audience erupted into groans when Mr Johnson added: 'They were given every opportunity to pass it ... every opportunity to pass and they passed a law to insist that extended beyond October 31.'    

Aside from Brexit, Mr Johnson faced a particularly tough grilling on why a report into possible Russian interference in British democracy had not been published before the election. 

Mr Johnson defended the decision and said: 'There is absolutely no evidence that I know of to show any interference in any British electoral event.'

He added: 'And the reason I won't [publish it now] is I see no reason, or if I decided not to ages ago, is because I see no reason to interfere with the normal timetable... just because an election is going on.'

Mr Johnson said the idea that Russia had interfered in previous democratic events in the UK was 'complete Bermuda Triangle stuff'.

'As is the suggestion that the referendum... was somehow false, not fair, wrong and should now be cancelled,' he said. 

Mr Johnson also came under fire for comments he made in newspaper columns he wrote in the past. 

He refused to apologise for a series of controversial remarks but insisted he had never meant to cause any hurt

'I defend my right to speak out and I do defend my right to… If you actually read the piece, which I don’t know how many people have, if you read the piece what I was really doing..'

As the Prime Minister finished his sentence he was interrupted by a heckler, who cried: 'Which one?'

'Well. I suggest you read any of them - or all of them', Mr Johnson replied.

'What I was really doing was mounting a strong liberal defence of the right of women in this country to wear what they choose and not to be oppressed into wearing something they don’t want to wear.

'I have written many millions of words in my life as a journalist and I have... genuinely never intended to cause hurt or pain to anybody and that is my intention,' he said. 

'What I will say because I think you are referring to a particular article of a year or so ago...'

Host Fiona Bruce then stepped in and said: 'To be fair, there's a few articles. So there's the Muslims going around looking like letterboxes, which was last year, you referred to tribal warriors with watermelon smiles and flag-waving pickaninnies and then just to get another demographic in, tank-topped bum boys.'

Mr Johnson replied: 'If you go through all my articles with a fine-tooth comb and take out individual phrases there is no doubt that you can find things that can be made to seem offensive and of course I understand that.'

The Conservative party leader also claimed that describing homosexual men as 'tank-topped bum boys' was not offensive, and dodged an audience question about the comment.



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British Army 'could stage mutiny under Corbyn', says senior serving general
Generals would not 'allow a prime minister to jeopardise the security of the UK'

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Jeremy Corbyn at an anti-war protest to mark the eleventh anniversary of the start of the war in Afghanistan, in Oct 2012 ( Rex )
A senior serving general has reportedly warned that a Jeremy Corbyn government could face "a mutiny" from the Army if it tried to downgrade them.

The unnamed general said members of the armed forces would begin directly and publicly challenging the labour leader if he tried to scrap Trident, pull out of Nato or announce “any plans to emasculate and shrink the size of the armed forces.”

He told the Sunday Times: “The Army just wouldn’t stand for it. The general staff would not allow a prime minister to jeopardise the security of this country and I think people would use whatever means possible, fair or foul to prevent that. You can’t put a maverick in charge of a country’s security.

“There would be mass resignations at all levels and you would face the very real prospect of an event which would effectively be a mutiny.”

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The army could rebel over plans to scrap Trident or pull out of Nato
 
The general, who served in Northern Ireland during the Troubles, said he and many soldiers were sickened by Mr Corbyn’s refusal to condemn the IRA, which killed 730 troops and injured 7,000 more during the conflict.

His shadow chancellor, John McDonnell, was forced to apologise when it was revealed he had called for IRA members, including hunger striker Bobby Sands, to be honoured by the British government.

The general said: “Many soldiers are disgusted by the comments of Corbyn and John McDonnell [about] the IRA — men who have not only murdered British soldiers but also hundreds of members of their own community.”

Labour's Shadow Foreign Secretary Hilary Benn on scrapping Trident and leaving Nato: 'I don't think that is going to happen'

Labour leadership: Jeremy Corbyn calls for nuclear disarmament at a CND event

'Corbyn's plan to UK from Nato would be disastrous'
Responding to the general's suggestion of a potential mutiny among members of the Armed Forces, a senior Labour source told The Independent: "It does seem like quite an extraordinary statement".

Labour's newly appointed shadow Foreign Secretary, Hilary Benn, has said he does not believe Labour would back either nuclear disarmament or a withdrawal from the military alliance.

Mr Corbyn had earlier announced he would be pulling out of the Stop The War Coalition's annual conference due to his busy schedule.

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And it comes after senior members of the Shadow Cabinet said they were planning to rebel if Mr Corbyn attempted to block another vote for air strikes against Syria.

The Sunday Times reported that half of Mr Corbyn’s Cabinet have approached David Cameron to say they are prepared to defy the whip and vote with the government so long as Mr Cameron comes up with a coherent plan.

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Tony Blair savages Jeremy Corbyn over 'fantasy Brexit plans' and warns voters it would be 'unwise' to give Labour leader a majority
Tony Blair has delivered speech urging tactical voting in election to block Brexit
The ex-PM warned both Tories and Labour have been peddling 'fantasy' on Brexit
He insisted voters should treat the ballot on December 12 as '650 mini-elections' 
Mr Blair said it would not be 'wise' to deliver either party an overall majority 
By JAMES TAPSFIELD, POLITICAL EDITOR FOR MAILONLINE

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Tony Blair urged tactical voting today as he accused Jeremy Corbyn and Boris Johnson of 'fantasy' Brexit plans - saying neither deserve a majority.

The former PM complained that British politics is 'a mess' and 'utterly dysfunctional', repeating his call for a referendum to cancel the departure from the EU.

He said the Labour leader Corbyn was offering 'populism of the Left', while the Tories were just relying on the public rejecting the Opposition's high-tax and nationalisation agenda. 

Warning it would be 'unwise' to give either party a majority, Mr Blair said voters should treat the contest on December 12 as '650 mini elections' - suggesting they should back whichever candidates will help the Remain cause. 

He said he personally would be voting for the Labour hopeful in Cities of London and Westminster, but he 'understood' why people would support Lib Dem Chuka Umunna in the seat.

'The truth is: the public aren't convinced either main party deserve to win this election outright,' Mr Blair said.

'They're peddling two sets of fantasies; and both, as majority governments, pose a risk it would be unwise for the country to take.' 

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In a speech today, Tony Blair complained that British politics is 'a mess' and 'utterly dysfunctional', repeating his call for a referendum to cancel the departure from the EU

The intervention came in a speech at a Reuters Newsmaker event this morning +13

Jeremy Corbyn was campaigning in Derbyshire today as he desperately tries to make up ground in the election battle +13
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The intervention came in a speech at a Reuters Newsmaker event this morning.

Mr Blair has been supporting individual candidates in the campaign so far, but made clear his disdain for Labour's current leadership. 

'The Conservative Party say vote Tory and Brexit will be done; it will be over,' he said.

Boris Johnson hammers home messages on NHS and Brexit 
Boris Johnson delicately sheared a sheep today - as he hammered home his key messages on Brexit and the NHS.

The PM has been campaigning in Wales after unveiling the 'safety first' programme yesterday, focusing on pledges to get the UK out of the EU, recruit more nurses, and cut taxes.

With a poll showing the Tories 11 points ahead of Labour, the party's offer deliberately made no effort to compete with the extraordinary spending splurge proposed by Labour.

Jeremy Corbyn has put forward an eye-watering £83billion a year in day-to-day spending, plus hundreds of billions on nationalisation - including the state seizing chunks of BT to offer everyone free broadband.

In an apparent sign of desperation yesterday, shadow chancellor John McDonnell announced another £58billion would be handed to women pensioners - despite the measure not having been costed in its manifesto.

Mr Johnson tended to a sheep as he visited the Royal Welsh Winter Fair in Llanelwedd this afternoon. 

'They even add - do it and we can get back to dealing with the important issues.

'The cheek is quite breath-taking. So, having visited this debacle upon us, which has distracted us from those big issues for over three years, they now use the distraction as a reason for doing Brexit, not abandoning it.

'But it appeals. It is, however, a fantasy. Brexit isn't over on 12 December, nor even on 31 January next year. We immediately begin the new phase of Brexit negotiation.'

He added: 'The Conservatives calculate that they can force people to elect them, despite worry over Brexit, because Jeremy Corbyn is the alternative.

'The Labour Party leadership calculate they can combine traditional Labour support around issues like the NHS, with Remain voters who hate Brexit, despite fear about the Labour Leader.

'In other words, both parties want to win on the basis that whatever your dislike of what they're offering, the alternative is worse.'

Mr Blair said: 'Yet though Brexit is a distraction, it is also the vital determinant of the nation's future.

'It remains the single most important decision since 1945. Because of its effect on the economy, it impacts every one of the non-Brexit promises the parties are making.

'Doing it matters. How it is done matters. And exhaustion is not the frame of mind in which to do it.

'No-deal Brexit is not off the table. It is slap bang in the middle of it.

Boris Johnson is campaigning in Wales after unveiling the 'safety first' programme yesterday (pictured), focusing on pledges to get the UK out of the EU, recruit more nurses, and cut taxes +13

The PM took a pair of scissors to the North Country Cheviot as he toured the agricultural show in the marginal Brecon and Radnorshire constituency +13

Mr Johnson seemed to be enjoying himself as he met animals at the Royal Welsh Showground this afternoon +13

'When people hear the phrase no deal, they often think we just mean failure to agree; which in Brexiteer language means we haven't surrendered.

'What it really means is throwing our economy off a cliff and hoping it finds a parachute on the way down.

'It is a risk no responsible leader would take. Yet we may be about to empower a leader - Boris Johnson - to take such a risk.'

On Labour, he will say: 'The Labour Party manifesto is heralded by its leadership as the most radical ever.

'This is true. It promises a revolution; and if implemented it would indeed amount to one...The problem with revolutions is never how they begin but how they end.'

Mr Blair is expected to say: 'The polls predict a Conservative victory and put the chances of an outright Labour victory as negligible. But I wouldn't trust Boris Johnson with a blank cheque.'

Mr Blair said he had been campaigning for 'great Labour candidates' - but said there were 'good solid, mainstream independent-minded' individuals in both main parties. 

'There are good, solid mainstream, independent minded MPs and candidates in both parties,' he said. 

'Like many, I have been campaigning for great Labour candidates because we know parliament will be poorer without them. 

'I am sure the same is true of the Conservative Party and there are those who were expelled for their moderation also standing.' 

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Mr Corbyn (pictured on a visit to West Nottinghamshire College Construction Centre today) has proposed an eye-watering £83billion a year in day-to-day spending, plus hundreds of billions on nationalisation - including the state seizing chunks of BT to offer everyone free broadband
 
Luvvies for Labour! Jeremy Corbyn bathes in the glow of backing from singer MIA and veteran left-wing film director Ken Loach at election event in London 

Jeremy Corbyn bathed in the glow of backing from Labour 'luvvies' including singer MIA and veteran left-wing film director Ken Loach at an election event in London last night. 

Musicians and actors heaped praise on the Labour leader as he unveiled an 'arts manifesto' - with some insisting he should not quit even if he loses to the Tories again on December 12.

But Labour activists and Jewish groups expressed dismay at the presence of Loach, pointing out that he had dismissed concerns about anti-Semitism in the party.  

Hip-hop performer MIA said if Mr Corbyn fails to become PM it would still be 'very hard' to find another candidate who was 'not corrupted' to replace him as leader.

Speaking at the Theatre Royal Stratford East last night, the Paper Planes singer said described Mr Corbyn as 'the last stand that England has got'.

Musicians and actors heaped praise on Jeremy Corbyn as he unveiled an 'arts manifesto' in London last night +13t

Hip-hop performer MIA said if Mr Corbyn fails to become PM it would still be 'very hard' to find another candidate who was 'not corrupted' to replace him as leader +13
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The Labour Party launch took place at the Theatre Royal Stratford East last night +13
Discussing the possibility of Mr Corbyn standing down if Labour loses next month's election, the rapper added: 'To get someone with such a track record is going to be impossible.

'It's going to be very hard to find people who are not corrupted in some sort of way.'

Loach, who directed the Bafta-winning film I, Daniel Blake, said the left-wing party's plan for the arts was 'transformative'.

He said Labour was offering a 'way into a world that will be new and exciting'.

In a rallying call to supporters, Mr Loach said Labour faced the 'fight of our lives' against the 'public school bluster' of the Tories during the remaining two-and-a-half weeks of the campaign.

He added: 'We fight... for those who don't want to live in an unequal society.

'Not only for those who live on a zero hours contract, but those who are ashamed to live in a country with food banks.'

Before the event, the Jewish Labour Movement group tweeted its concerns about Loach's involvement.

'According to him antisemitism in the Labour Party is ‘mischief’ and the Holocaust is up for discussion. Why is Jeremy Corbyn sharing a stage with this man?' the group said.

Ed Miliband's former adviser Ayesha Hazarika added: 'I like the arts policy stuff but him? Really? Wasn’t Lily Allen available? Or stormzy? 

Labour activists and Jewish groups expressed dismay at the presence of veteran film director Ken Loach (right), pointing out that he had dismissed concerns about the vile wave of anti-Semitism in the party +13
Mr Corbyn was joined on stage by celebs including comedian Rob Delaney (right) +13


'Or any of the legions of famous luvvie supporters? Are you deliberately baiting the few supporters you 
have left in the Jewish community?' 

Addressing the crowd last night, Mr Corbyn said: 'I love the arts, I love theatre, I love art, music, I love the inspiration that it brings to all our lives.

'Arts, music and culture are not separate from science, engineering and ideas.

'You need that inspiration in whatever you do.

'Our arts policy is to create a £1 billion arts fund, and that will ensure that the libraries, theatres, and the local arts facilities are improved and remain available for all.'
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Labour vows to end sale of arms to Israel ‘used against Palestinian civilians’
Jeremy Corbyn's programme of policies reiterates pledge to formally recognise state of Palestine
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November 21, 2019, 5:14 pm  2
Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn during the launch of his party's manifesto in Birmingham. (Credit: Joe Giddens/PA Wire)
Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn during the launch of his party's manifesto in Birmingham. (Credit: Joe Giddens/PA Wire)
Labour has vowed to suspend British arms sales to Israel it says are used against Palestinian civilians.

The party committed to the policy in its general election manifesto unveiled at a launch in Birmingham on Thursday.

The programme promises to immediately suspend arms sales to Israel “used in violation of the human rights of Palestinian civilians” and to Saudi Arabia used in the conflict in Yemen.

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It vows to “conduct a root-and-branch reform of our arms exports regime so ministers can never again turn a blind eye to British-made weapons being used to target innocent civilians.”

The manifesto pledges to “immediately recognise the state of Palestine” and reaffirms Labour’s commitment to a two-state solution.

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Maureen Lipman’s Beattie makes comeback in video mocking Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour
The Coronation Street star brought back Beattie, the Jewish grandmother from British Telecom's well-known 1980s adverts, in video mocking the Labour Party
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Maureen Lipman’s beloved Beattie made a surprise comeback this week in a blistering video tearing into Jeremy Corbyn.

Beattie made television history in British Telecom’s well-known 1980s advert, in which, on the phone to her grandson who lamented his poor exam performance, but passed pottery and sociology, she claimed: “You get an ‘ology, you’re a scientist.”

Lipman, 74, who plays Evelyn Plummer in Coronation Street, recreated the Jewish grandmother in a short clip produced by Mainstream, an anti-extremism campaign led by former Labour minister Ian Austin.

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In character as Beattie, Lipman told her friend Nora: “Of course, we were all Labour, everybody voted Labour. I voted Labour all my life.

“You know what my late husband said? If you’re Jewish, they gave you your Labour Party badge the day after your circumcision. They gave with one hand, they took with the other.”

She added: “But this lot. This lot’s not Labour. They’re not socialists. You know what they are, Nora? They’re extremists, that’s what my Melvyn says, and he’s not often wrong.”

Speaking of accusations of institutional antisemitism in the Labour Party, she said: “The antisemitism, who would have believed that? The bullying, the hectoring, the driving out of good Jewish MPs, the sitting down with people he shouldn’t sit down with.”

On Labour’s policy proposal to roll out free broadband across homes in the UK, she said: “It’s taken me ten years Nora to learn how to Skype my grandchildren.

“I can do the shopping online, the dry goods, I can do the banking online so I don’t have to walk four miles to a bank that’s not even there and he wants to take it away and ruin it – a man who thinks you get out of Brexit with a revolving door.”

On her decision to revive the iconic character, Lipman told Jewish News: “Thirty years it’s taken me to shrug off Beattie. Why would I ruin what’s left of my career? That my life as a  national treasure was perhaps less important than the rest of my life in an uncivilised country.”

She added that while she could “easily have written an article” on the subject, she hoped she could “move mountains with humour.”

Lipman told The Sun she had felt compelled to make the video to speak out against what she saw as “the flagrant antisemitism” that “made it impossible for me to vote Labour at this election.”

“It was only when big spender Corbyn announced that he would take control of broadband that I began to wonder what Beattie, newly liberated by computer literacy, would make of handing over that freedom to a bunch of profligate people with scant regard for her centrist sensibilities,” she added.
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Lindsey Graham says he will call Adam Schiff to testify in Senate trial
November 14, 2019
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Lindsey Graham dropped a devastating bombshell on Adam Schiff: if Democrats vote to impeach President Trump, the Senate trial will feature Adam Schiff testifying — under oath.
On Wednesday, Senator Graham told Fox News host Sean Hannity that he would indeed subpoena Schiff.

“One of the witnesses will be Adam Schiff because if he, in fact, did meet with the whistleblower, and coached the guy up, I think that’s relevant to the impeachment inquiry itself,” said Graham.

Schiff said yesterday that he does not know who the whistleblower is — which is hard to believe since his staff has been coordinating with him.

It would be interesting if, under oath, Schiff would say the same thing. Facing possible perjury charges, he might be forced to tell the truth.


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And that would be devastating for Democrats, who has repeatedly tried to play down the accusations that this whole thing is a farce and they were coordinating with the whistleblower from the start.

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Lindsey Graham: I Will Call Adam Schiff to Testify in the Senate
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Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) told Fox News’ Sean Hannity on Wednesday evening that he will call Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) to testify in the Senate if the House impeaches President Donald Trump.
Graham added that he would not allow a trial of President Donald Trump in the Senate based on hearsay evidence alone, and without testimony from the “whistleblower.”

Graham was speaking after the close of the first day of public hearings in the House Intelligence Committee as part of the “impeachment inquiry” authorized by Democrats in a House resolution that passed on party lines October 31.


After the first two witnesses testified, Democrats on the committee voted along party lines to table a motion made by Republicans to call the “whistleblower” — who admitted having no first-hand knowledge — to testify in person.

Republicans — notably Rep. Mike Turner (R-OH) — pointed out that neither of the two witnesses would qualify to testify in court, since they only had “hearsay” evidence, i.e. they did not see or hear anything relevant themselves.

The Sixth Amendment, which guarantees the right to confront one’s accuser, excludes hearsay evidence in most circumstances — especially when the direct evidence, in this case the transcript of the telephone call between the president and President Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine.

Graham, as chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee, and a former impeachment manager during the trial of former President Bill Clinton, would have considerable sway over the procedural rules the Senate would adopt for Trump’s trial if the House impeaches the president.

He declared that he would bar any case against the president based on hearsay alone, suggesting the prospects of a motion to dismiss. “Any resolution setting up a trial in the Senate — I’m going to make sure that hearsay cannot be the basis of an impeachment investigation,” he said.

“If you excluded hearsay, like every other court in the land, there’s nothing there,” he added. “If you invoked the hearsay rule, what would be left?” He described impeachment based on hearsay as “a threat to the presidency itself.”

Graham added that he would require that the “whistleblower” testify.

“Any trial in the Senate must expose the whistleblower so the president can confront his accuser. I will not accept a trial in the Senate until I know who the whistleblower is,” he said.

Graham also said that Congress needed to satisfy questions about the whistleblower’s potential motivations — and whether he had a role in former Vice President Joe Biden’s conflict of interest regarding his son Hunter’s board position in a corrupt Ukrainian company, Burisma. Biden threatened to block $1 billion of U.S. aid unless Ukraine fired a prosecutor who was, theoretically at least, overseeing an investigation of the company’s corruption.

Some media reports have suggested that the whistleblower worked for Biden under the Obama administration.

“Was the whistleblower connected to Joe Biden in any way? … Here’s the point: did the whistleblower engage in an effort to get the Ukrainian president [at the time, Petro] Poroshenko, to weigh in and stop the investigation of this gas company [Burisma]? Was there a connection between the whistleblower and Biden’s effort to call the Ukraine?

Graham also vowed that House Intelligence Committee chair Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) would be called to testify. Ordinarily, he said, he would not call a member of the House to testify, as a matter of mere oversight, but an impeachment trial was a special case.

“One of the witnesses will be Adam Schiff because if he, in fact, did meet with the whistleblower, and coached the guy up, I think that’s relevant to the impeachment inquiry itself,” Graham said.

Schiff denied having met the whistleblower, and denied knowing the whistleblower’s identity, in the hearing on Wednesday — but he was not under oath.

Joel B. Pollak is Senior Editor-at-Large at Breitbart News. He earned an A.B. in Social Studies and Environmental Science and Public Policy from Harvard College, and a J.D. from Harvard Law School. He is a winner of the 2018 Robert Novak Journalism Alumni Fellowship. He is also the co-author of How Trump Won: The Inside Story of a Revolution, which is available from Regnery. Follow him on Twitter at @joelpollak.
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The Labour we lost: Jews, Jeremy Corbyn and a fraying bond
Next year marks the centenary of the Jewish Labour Movement's affiliation with the Labour Party. We look at the rich legacy of Jewish support for the left many see as under threat
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By MATHILDE FROT
November 14, 2019, 10:13 am

Next year is the centenary of the Jewish Labour Movement (JLM)’s affiliation with the party. But rather than prepare for a celebration, many in the community fear the prospect of a Jeremy Corbyn government.

The JLM, officially affiliated with the party since 1920, said it would not campaign for candidates “unless in exceptional circumstances”. Meanwhile, looming large on the horizon, a verdict on whether the party is institutionally antisemitic is expected from the Equalities and Human Rights Commission early next year.


It is a remarkable indictment for a party that boasts a rich legacy of Jewish support intertwined with Poale Zion, as the JLM was once called.

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Poale Zion emerged from Jewish trade unions and a flourishing political scene that featured a flurry of working men’s clubs, debating societies and English and Yiddish language newspapers in London’s East End. It played a pivotal role in the Labour Party’s commitment to a Jewish national home laid out in its War Aims Memorandum published in August 1917.


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“Throughout its 99-year history, Poale Zion and Jewish Labour activists have been members of Parliament, civic leaders and councillors,” said Jewish Labour Movement national secretary Peter Mason. “They’ve become ingrained in the fabric of the Labour of Party that always believed in equality, social justice and the rights of minorities.”

He added: “We’re now in a situation that 99 years on from those earliest moments of people like Ben Gurion coming to Britain to build the British socialist Zionist tradition that the Labour Party that used to represent us has now allowed itself to be captured by this intolerable populist, antisemitic hard left tradition. All of that’s been put in jeopardy,”

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Miriam Mirwitch, 26, from London, joined the Labour Party at 16 in response to what she saw as the corrosive impact of austerity measures on her community. “I got really angry about it. I wanted to make a change and I thought that the best way to create that change was to get involved in the Labour movement,” she said.

Mirwitch, who serves on the Jewish Labour Movement’s national executive committee, hailed the “proud history of Jewish Labour activists,” citing the example of MPs Emanuel (Manny) Shinwell and Ruth Smeeth.

Over recent years, the activist found “a tension between being Jewish and being a Labour Party activist” and has received online abuse, including messages containing antisemitic tropes and threats and “very very nasty replies” on social media.

“All of us have experienced antisemitic comments at local meetings, and obviously I firmly believe it is a minority who are like this but the issue is that it’s very present in the structures of the party and that’s what makes it institutional,” she said.

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But Mirwitch, who identified as a “stay-fighter,” added: “We need to stay involved in the Labour Party and speaking out if you can because if you leave there’s no one left to speak out against antisemitism, but I also have a huge amount of respect for people who decided that they had to leave.”


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Community involvement in the Labour Party rose in the wake of mass migration from Eastern Europe from 1870 and waning support for the Liberal Party, a party once regarded by many as the natural home of British Jews.

Dr Ben Gidley, senior lecturer at Birkbeck and an associate of the Pears Institute, said: “In the interwar years, particularly in places such as the East End of London, there were many Jewish activists in the Communist Party and in the Labour Party, although many Jews still continued to vote for Liberals out of an older loyalty.

“Within those working-class communities where there were a lot of Jews, the garment industry in particular, but also cabinet makers, the trade unions in those sectors were often attached to the Labour Party.”

Since its founding in 1900, the Labour Party has enjoyed a long history of Jewish contributions, with a staggering 80 peers, 90 MPs and 33 ministers serving in Parliament, and some 19 private members’ bills put forward.

“Many of them [Jewish MPs] made significant contributions to the history of the Labour Party and indeed of Britain,” said Gidley, citing Tom Myers, the first Jewish Labour MP, elected 100 years ago, and Marion Phillips, the first female Jewish MP.

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Perhaps the most well-known figure was Scottish MP and peer Emanuel (Manny) Shinwell, Luciana Berger’s great-uncle, who was born to a Polish family in the East End and raised in Glasgow. He made significant contributions towards protecting workers’ rights.

Serving in the House of Commons for 40 years, he rose through the ranks of the party and was appointed chairman and even minister under three Labour governments. The Labour titan served as a minister in Ramsay Macdonald and Clement Attlee’s Labour governments, and later became a member of the House of Lords.

He famously crossed the floor in 1938 to slap Conservative MP Commander Robert Tatton Bower, who taunted him during a heated exchange on the Spanish Civil War and suggested that he “go back to Poland”.Dr Hugh Dalton MP at a Poale Zion meeting (archive)

Another towering figure was the MP Sydney Silverman, perhaps best remembered for leading a 30-year push for the abolition of the death penalty and bringing forward the private member’s bill in 1964 that led to a change in the law.

Born to a family of drapers in Liverpool, he was elected to Parliament in 1935 and retained his seat until his death in 1968. Serving as chairman of the British arm of the World Jewish Congress, he visited Nazi camps after the Second World War and raised the plight of Jewish refugees in Parliament.

Today the relationship between the Labour Party and the Jewish community appears to some to be beyond repair. But the Battle of Cable Street, often seen as an iconic historical moment allying the Jewish community with the left, offers many lessons for the party.

The day entered the annals of history when thousands of anti-fascists came out on the streets of London’s East End to block Oswald Mosley’s Blackshirts march.

“It’s the antisemitism they recognised that wore blackshirts,” said Gidley. “It bought into anti-fascism, but it didn’t necessarily recognise other forms of antisemitism. It didn’t know how to deal with the other faces of antisemitism.”
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Jeremy Cobyn a Disgrace to His Party A Disgrace To This Country. 
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Irate Corbyn refuses to say if he regrets working for Iran’s Press TV
UK Labour leader claims not to have appeared on channel since Iranian election protests; in the past defended receiving up to £20,000 for 5 appearances between 2009 and 2012
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UK Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn refuses to answer if he regrets working for Iran's Press TV, September 25, 2018 (Screenshot via Channel 4 News)
In an interview broadcast Tuesday, UK Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn refused to disavow his appearances on Iran’s Press TV and claimed that he had not appeared on the Tehran regime’s propaganda channel since the government cracked down on demonstrators protesting election results, presumably referring to the 2009 protests.

According to the UK parliament’s register of members’ interests, Corbyn was still appearing on Press TV as recently as July 11, 2012, The Times reported, six months after a decision by British regulators to revoke the channel’s license and issue a fine for broadcasting an interview with imprisoned Newsweek and Channel 4 journalist Maziar Bahari that was filmed under duress.

The Canadian-Iranian journalist was arrested while broadcasting from Iran on the protests following the elections. Throughout his imprisonment he was tortured and interrogated on his statements against Holocaust denial, his film on Jews trying to escape the Holocaust, and his Jewish connections.

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Press TV is an English-language news network connected to the state-owned Iranian broadcasting company.

Asked four times by Channel 4 News if he regrets appearing on the channel, Corbyn, visibly angered, refused to directly answer the question and instead said that he had used the outlet as a forum to discuss human rights and justice.
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On Wednesday Bahari added his voice to the growing chorus of criticism against the opposition leader.

“Dear Jeremy Corbyn, it’s very easy to say sorry. I don’t resent you because of you did,” Bahari tweeted. “You may not have known the true nature of Press TV. A good leader must confront his past mistakes and not evade a question four times in a row.”
Corbyn has in the past defended receiving up to £20,000 ($26,285) for five appearances on the channel between 2009 and 2012 — revealed in the UK parliament’s register of members’ financial interests — saying it was “not an enormous amount.”

Footage emerged in August of Corbyn, accused by the Jewish community of tolerating anti-Semitism in his party’s ranks, telling Press TV that the BBC “has a bias towards saying that… Israel has a right to exist.”

In the 2011 interview, posted on Twitter by the British political blogger The Golem, Corbyn explains that “there’s pressure on the BBC from, probably, [then-BBC director general] Mark Thompson, who seems to me to have an agenda in this respect. There seems to be a great deal of pressure on the BBC from the Israeli government, from the Israeli embassy, and they are very assertive towards all journalists and toward the BBC itself. They challenge every single thing on reporting the whole time.”


The new head of Britain’s Labour party Jeremy Corbyn presents a call-in show on Iran’s Press TV in 2010. (screen capture: YouTube)
That Israeli pressure and bias from the likes of Thompson, Corbyn goes on to say, mean the corporation leans in favor of Israel’s existence.

“I think there is a bias towards saying that Israel is a democracy in the Middle East, Israel has a right to exist, Israel has its security concerns,” he says in the 36-second clip.

While allegations of anti-Semitism have dogged Corbyn since he became Labour leader three years ago, the furor has reached fever pitch since March.

The crisis over anti-Semitism in the Labour Party has caused a major schism within its ranks and led Jews to express fears over their future in the country.

Almost 40 percent of British Jews would “seriously consider emigrating” if Corbyn became prime minister, according to a recent poll conducted for The Jewish Chronicle.

On Sunday, Corbyn insisted he was not an anti-Semite, but refused to apologize for a series of incidents involving him and other party members that have drawn accusations of rampant anti-Semitism and anti-Israel sentiment.
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