Jeremy Corbyn Readmitted to Labour After Suspension
Like a bad smell…
Jeremy Corbyn will be readmitted to Labour just weeks after he was suspended for saying the scale of antisemitism in the party was “dramatically overstated”.
A source close to the former opposition leader said Mr Corbyn would be readmitted though has not yet been formally told, following a meeting of the disputes panel of the party’s ruling National Executive Committee.
Following news of his re-admitting to the party, Jewish groups were quick to condemn the action, with a joint statement issued by communal leaders saying “Labour’s mountain to climb to win back the trust of our community just got higher. Campaign Against Antisemitism said the “Jewish community has been conned”, while the Jewish Labour Movement accused the party of having “expedited this case for hearing by a factionally aligned political committee”.
At least he won’t be given the whip.
Although, the other kind sounds appropriate for him.
Update: Here’s a reminder as to who they are taking back
We must #ReinstateJeremyCorbyn because he has been so UNLUCKY accidentally spending time with 9/11 truthers and holocaust deniers. It's not his fault, he knows A LOT of people! pic.twitter.com/1kLrMamsPw
— Corbyn Does Alan Partridge (@CorbynDoes) November 13, 2020