Publicado: Jue, Diciembre 05, 2019
Espectáculos | Por Manuelo Venegas

General election 2019: Jeremy Corbyn apologises over anti-Semitism row

General election 2019: Jeremy Corbyn apologises over anti-Semitism row

The Labour leader is not the only person who chose to do something else than watch the Queen's message.

Jeremy Corbyn has said he would give up the prime minister's country residence Chequers if he wins next week's General Election. "Wow. That's a hard one".

On ITV's This Morning, Mr Corbyn was requested about questions arising over whether or not Russian disinformation was behind Labour's 451-page unredacted report that exposed the main points of talks between United Kingdom and U.S. officers concerning a future commerce deal between the 2 nations.

In ITV's The Leader Interviews: Jeremy Corbyn - Tonight, which airs at 7.30pm on Thursday, the Labour leader also spoke about his role as his household's "head of composting".

"As the independent candidate, I am grateful for the support I have received but it is now clear that the best way to stop Corbyn in Bury South is to vote Conservative and support their candidate Christian Wakeford".

A date for the Prime Minister's appearance has not yet been set, but he has agreed to take part despite not yet committing to an interview with Andrew Neil on the BBC. He'd allow a homeless family to live there.

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"Anti-Semitism is a vile evil in our society". I am not a racist, in any form.

"It's the only way for decent people of all faiths and none to say no to anti-semitism and show solidarity with their Jewish neighbours, workmates and friends".

"And where there's been delays by my party in instituting a process, of course, I apologise to those that suffered as a result of it".

In an interview with ITV's This Morning, the Labour leader was repeatedly asked to apologise to the Jewish community for any anti-Semitism by party members.

When Etchingham asked if he sat down with his family to watch the speech, Corbyn said: "It's on in the morning, usually we have it on ... some of the time".

Interviewer Julie Etchingham asked him: "John McDonnell [the shadow chancellor] said he wouldn't move into Number 11".

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