In BBC interview, Corbyn refuses repeatedly to apologize for anti-Semitism

UK Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn gives an interview to the BBC and refuses repeatedly to apologize for anti-Semitism plaguing his party.

He ignores the interviewer’s questions about an apology, instead repeating general statements about anti-Semitism and other forms of racism having “no place in our society.”

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