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Labour’s David Lammy apologises for nominating Jeremy Corbyn to be leader

Shadow foreign secretary tells Limmud festival ‘if I knew what I do now, I never would have nominated him’

David Lammy has apologised for nominating Jeremy Corbyn to be Labour leader in 2015 and said he is “staggered” that some individuals with deeply antisemitic views remain in the Labour party.

Speaking at this year’s Limmud festival, a Jewish event, the shadow foreign secretary said he “never believed” Corbyn would become leader and that his nomination was “a mistake”.

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