Many politicians led their party to lose in the election, but few challenged their party members. Jeremy Corbyn was suspended by the British Labour Party on Thursday. He had previously led the anti-Semitism movement, so few people deserve this unique shame.
Mr. Corbyn was elected to lead this party in 2015, and his term revealed the bottom of the ultra-left anti-Semitic. Mr. Corbin often gets the wrong attention because he endorses anti-Semitic artwork on social media or writes a preface for anti-Semitic stereotypes early in his career. His office allegedly suppressed investigations into Labour Party members accused of anti-Semitism, an accusation that has increased as Mr. Corbin’s left-wing party gradually assumed greater leadership positions.
This shocked British voters, including many Labour Party members who are proud of their party’s history of fighting racism. It contributed to the historic defeat of the Labor Party in the December general election and exposed the party to legal issues.
The Equality and Human Rights Commission, the government agency responsible for enforcing anti-discrimination laws, released a report on Thursday, arguing that Mr. Corbyn’s Labour Party is “responsible for illegal harassment and discrimination” under the 201
Mr. Corbyn responded in a Facebook post that opponents inside and outside the Labour Party and many media have seriously exaggerated the anti-Semitism of the Labour Party for political reasons. This comment caused him to be suspended. While the Labour Party continued to serve as a member of Parliament, it also cancelled the whipping, which is a form of suspension by the legislature.