LABOUR leader Jeremy Corbyn has again apologised due to the hurt caused to Jewish people by anti-Semitism within his party.
In a video message published of Corbyn, he admitted Labour had been too slow in dealing with disciplinary cases.
It comes as his deputy Tom Watson warned the party could “disappear into a vortex of eternal shame” and be unfit to lead if it did not tackle the issue.
He gave a stark warning in The Observer, saying Labour had to take a “long, hard look at ourselves”.
Labour has been dealing with a row about the extent of anti-Semitism within the party for more than two years.
Enfield Labour members have portrayed their support to Jeremy Corbyn for the row over antisemitism.
A letter was signed by 56 members of Enfield North Constituency Labour Party urges “full support” for the Labour leader by which they comment “unprecedented and relentless personal attacks” on Corbyn.