The former leader of the British Labour party,Jeremy Corbyn, has criticized the party's decision to apologize and pay "substantial damages" to the BBC journalist John Ware and whistleblowers who featured in last year's Panorama documentary that examined anti-Semitism in the party. 

Some of the whistleblowers and John Ware are now considering further legal action against Corbyn.

They have been in contact with Mark Lewis, a leading libel lawyer and a partner at the London-based Patron Law, who is advising them to sue.

KAN's Mark Weiss spoke with Lewis, first asking him for his opinion of the Labour party apology.