Former UK Labor party leader Jeremy Corbyn reinstated after previously being suspended from the party


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This is a win for those who fight foreign influence in national politics.

Corbyn had done nothing wrong except refuse to bow to malign voices in the party who favored allowing control of Labor Party policies from outside the Labor party.

The antisemitism issue was a dog-whistle to foreign forces and their UK enablers hostile to the Labor Party.

Jeremy Corbyn to have Labour suspension lifted over antisemitism investigation response
The move is sure to reignite tensions within the party as Sir Keir Starmer is accused of "failing to stand up for British Jews".

By Aubrey Allegretti, political reporter

Tuesday 17 November 2020 21:08, UK

Mr Corbyn said earlier he wanted to 'clear up any confusion' about his previous comments

Former Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn will be readmitted to the party following a row over antisemitism complaints, Sky News understands.

The Islington MP was suspended several weeks ago for his response to a report by the Equalities and Human Rights Commission.

It found after a lengthy investigation that Labour had been responsible for "unlawful acts of harassment and discrimination".

In response, Mr Corbyn claimed "the scale of the problem" was "dramatically overstated for political reasons by our opponents inside and outside the party, as well as by much of the media".

But within hours, he was suspended pending an investigation - a decision his successor Sir Keir Starmer said he had no involvement in but supported.

'I don't want a split in the Labour Party'
On Tuesday, a five-member disciplinary panel from Labour's National Executive Committee met and decided Mr Corbyn should be reinstated.

Afterwards, he tweeted: "I am pleased to have been reinstated in the Labour Party and would like to thank party members, trade unionists and all who have offered solidarity. ...