Andrew Neil (L) and Jeremy Corbyn (R). (screenshot)


Jeremy Corbyn repeatedly refused to apologize for anti-Semitism in the Labour party, offering excuse after excuse for the most vile Jew hatred.

Labour party leader Jeremy Corbyn faced a non-stop barrage of questions about anti-Semitism during a savage interrogation by the BBC’s Andrew Neil.

Neil confronted Corbyn with his party members’ Holocaust denial, terror group support, and anti-Semitic conspiracies, but the Labour boss refused to apologize, over and over again.

When asked about U.K. Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis’ recent warning regarding the “poisonous” Jew-hatred in Labour, which Neil accused Corbyn of “sanctioning,” Corbyn responded, “I’m looking forward to having a discussion with him.”