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Corbyn: ‘not my intention’ to say Labour antisemitism was exaggerated

Ex-leader reveals he has given statement to party ‘to clear up any confusion’ about comments that led to his suspension

Jeremy Corbyn has said he did not intend to say antisemitism in the Labour party had been exaggerated, in the first statement issued by the former Labour leader since his suspension from the party.

The Facebook post, which Corbyn said was a copy of the statement he had given to Labour, will be seen as the first step towards a rapprochement between him and the party.

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