Published: Tue, December 03, 2019
Global News | By Blake Casey

Corbyn apologises for Labour antisemitism in ITV interview

Corbyn apologises for Labour antisemitism in ITV interview

"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.

Mr Corbyn began to answer, saying, "can I make it clear.", but was interrupted by the presenter who said, "no, just say sorry". "The services the NHS provides are not on the table".

Priya Minhas, Research Manager at Opinium said: "While Brexit is still the key issue people are most likely to base their vote on, this has dropped in importance since the start of the campaign, with the NHS and health becoming more prominent as a deciding factor".

The comment was in response to a question about whether the NHS - the UK's equivalent of universal healthcare - could be on the table in post-Brexit trade negotiations with Britain.

The Labour leader meanwhile urges the US President to take steps to ensure the NHS is not opened up to "irreversible privatisation".

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Britain's Labour Party said it would cut rail season tickets and peak time fares by a third, saving the average commuter more than 1,000 pounds ($1,280) a year, under its plan to return rail services to public ownership if it wins an election this month.

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An officer could be seen going door to door in the streets nearby. Armed police raided a home in the hours after the hit-and-run. Police were called to the scene just after 3.20pm on Monday.

The Conservatives, Labour, Liberal Democrats, SNP, Plaid Cymru, Greens and Brexit Party have all been invited to take part, with Julie Etchingham set to host the two hour TV programme.

Seizing on the same documents pushed by Labour, Ms Swinson will warn that USA firms want a greater use of chemicals in food production, with chlorine-washing chicken and growth hormones in beef among the controversial methods being pushed by officials.

"This is pure Loch Ness monster, Bermuda Triangle stuff that is continued to be raised by the Labour Party for one reason only".

The Labour Party leader wrote to Mr Johnson calling for him to discontinue discussions until Mr Trump rules out USA companies gaining any access to public services in a post-Brexit deal.

Over the weekend, Boris Johnson claimed that Corbyn supported the abolition of MI5.

"Boris Johnson must give a guarantee that our farmers and world-leading food standards will not be sacrificed on the altar of a Trump trade deal".

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