Jeremy Corbyn apologies again to Jewish people

LABOUR leader Jeremy Corbyn has again apologised due to the hurt caused to Jewish people by anti-Semitism within his party.

LONDON, ENGLAND – MAY 14: Jeremy Corbyn, leader of the Labour Party, listens to speakers at the Rally to Remain event at The Fleming Room in the QE2 centre on May 14, 2016 in London, England. The Labour leader is presenting Rally to Remain, a campaign event in support of the United Kingdom remaining part of the European Union. (Photo by Rob Stothard/Getty Images)

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.

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