Britain's opposition Labour party has  suspended its former leader Jeremy Corbyn  for seeking to deflect blame away from himself after an anti-Semitism report found that under his leadership the party was responsible for unlawful harassment and discrimination.

Corbyn's successor, Sir Keir Starmer, apologised and said Labour was facing a "day of shame" after the Equality and Human Rights Commission, the British government’s watchdog on racism, found serious failings in how the party had dealt with allegations of antisemitism within its ranks.

 Dame Louise Ellman, a Jewish Labour MP,  resigned from Labour during the Corbyn era , expressing concern over anti-Semitism.

She spoke to KAN's Mark Weiss after the release of the report but before Jeremy Corbyn was suspended.