Schofield: "Here is your opportunity now to apologise to the Jewish community for any anti-Semitism by Labour members".
British Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn said on Sunday that if his party controls Parliament in the United Kingdom following elections on December 12, Israel would no longer receive arms from Great Britain. Just watch the exchange between This Morning presenter Phillip Schofield and Corbyn on Tuesday - and tell me the experience wasn't gut wrenching for you.
Obviously I am very sorry for everything that has happened, but I want to make this clear - I am dealing with it, I have dealt with it.More news: U.S. passes bill demanding sanctions over China's treatment of Uighurs
Asked if he would apologise, Corbyn said: "Our party ... can I make it clear ..." before he was interrupted by Schofield, who said: "No, just say sorry".
In his letter, timed to coincide with Trump's arrival in Britain for a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit, Corbyn said revising USA negotiating objectives would help reassure the British public that "the United States government accepts that our NHS is not for sale in any form". I have dealt with it. "Candidates have been withdrawn by the Liberal Democrats and the Conservatives and by us because we do not accept it in any form whatsoever".
She added: 'When it comes to anti-Semitism, no other mainstream party in British society has anything close to Labour's current problem'.More news: Marise Payne slams China's 'unacceptable' treatment of Australian writer Yang Hengjun
It was reignited during the election campaign after the Chief Rabbi, Ephraim Mirvis, claimed "a new poison - sanctioned from the very top - had taken root" in Labour.
Jewish groups have accused Corbyn, a far-left politician, of allowing a massive rise in anti-Semitism within the ranks of the party that was once considered the natural home of British Jewry. "But I have no thoughts on it."Later he added, "I stay out of it - I think Boris is very capable and will do a good job."Some of his opponents hope that he will yield something more they can weaponize in this election."This guy is verbally incontinent", journalist and left-wing activist Paul Mason said on BBC television. Very happy to talk to him".More news: The power play of Edmonton Oilers prevails against Canucks - Edmonton