Jeremy Corbyn, the leader of Britain's Labour Party joins a demonstration demanding the re-nationalization of the railways, outside King's Cross station in London, June 25, 2018. (REUTERS/Henry Nicholls)
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Britain's opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn conceded in a newspaper article Saturday that his party had a "real problem" with anti-Semitism as the issue continues to dog the veteran leftist.Corbyn, who has accused of being too soft on members of his party who have made anti-Semitic comments, vowed to root out the problem.The issue has dogged Corbyn since he took over as Labour leader in 2015, and resurfaced earlier this week when the party refused to adopt the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) definition of anti-Semitism.
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