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Keir Starmer: EHRC antisemitism report is day of shame for Labour

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Leader keeps open possibility of disciplinary action against predecessor Jeremy Corbyn

Keir Starmer has kept open the possibility of disciplinary action against Jeremy Corbyn after saying a report that found Labour responsible for unlawful acts of antisemitism amounted to “a day of shame” for the party.

Answering questions after a reading a statement in which he apologised to Jewish members and the Jewish community more widely, Starmer repeatedly declined to say whether his predecessor as Labour leader should face action, saying this was up to internal party processes.

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