"Candidates have been withdrawn by the Liberal Democrats, and the Conservatives and by us because of it".
Asked if "sorry was the hardest word for him to say" by presenter Holly Willoughby, he replied: "No, not at all".
Corbyn quickly responded: "Well it's not at all. I also made sure that in argregious cases there was a rapid system of doing it and I proposed that to our national executive in July".
She said at the time: 'At that time I and a lot of people felt MI5 needed reforming. "Can you understand that?"
Corbyn added: "Listen, I want everyone in this country to feel secure".
"There is no place whatsoever for anti-semitism within our society".More news: President Donald Trump lands in London for North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit
The election campaign was relegated to the sidelines of public and media interest this weekend following the attack on Friday in the vicinity of London Bridge, where a convicted terrorist on probation stabbed two people to death and wounded three others, before being shot dead by the police.
He said: "I think the chief rabbi's comments really ought to be taken for what they are".
Corbyn accused Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis of being wrong about part of his criticism of Labour's handling of anti-Semitism.
Jeremy Corbyn has apologised to the Jewish community for antisemitic incidents involving Labour party members and said he was dealing with the issue.
Corbyn asked if he can explain something and was immediately cut off by Schofield.
Corbyn said: "Obviously I'm very sorry for everything that's happened but I want to make this clear I am dealing with it".More news: European Union regulators to investigate how Google and Facebook handle user data
"I very gently, and quite simply but extremely firmly, say this, in any trade deal with the United States with a Labour government, public services will not be put on the table", he told a rally.
'But the point I am making very strongly is that our prison service is woefully underfunded and the rehabilitation and the programmes to stop people being radicalised have often been insufficient in prison and I think the lesson from this frightful tragedy is that we have to improve that'.
After his apology the hosts went on to talk about the upcoming General Election.
"I believe it is dependent upon the circumstances and it is dependent upon the sentence however crucially is dependent upon what they've carried out in jail", Mr. Corbyn stated to Sophy Ridge of Sky Information.
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