New Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer says SORRY to Jews for ‘stain’ of anti-Semitism in the party

New Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer says SORRY to Jews for ‘stain’ of anti-Semitism in the party, by David Wilcock.

Sir Keir Starmer vowed to wipe out the ‘stain’ of anti-Semitism from the Labour Party today as he was unveiled as its new leader.

‘We have to face the future with honesty,’ the father-of-two said.

‘Anti-Semitism has been a stain on our party. I have seen the grief that it’s brought to so many Jewish communities. On behalf of the Labour Party, I am sorry.

‘I will tear out this poison by its roots and judge success by the return of Jewish members and those who felt that they could no longer support us.’

A welcome return to normality and decency in one of the two main parties in the UK. Goodbye to the nasty fringe leftism of Corbyn.