LONDON (Reuters) - British opposition Labour Party’s John McDonnell said on Sunday he was worried that accusations of failing to tackle anti-Semitism had damaged his party’s election campaign.
“I worry that this has had its effect,” McDonnell told the BBC. “We’ve done everything, I think, we can possibly do, we’ve apologized to the Jewish community.”
Reporting by William James; editing by Guy Faulconbridge
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