#BBC admits there’s no evidence of #antisemitism by #JeremyCorbyn

This is a landmark moment.

The BBC has stated categorically that there is no evidence to support any claim that former Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn is an anti-Semite or has behaved in any way that suggests anti-Semitism on his part:

As you can tell from listening to the statement by BBC 5 Live presenter Rachel Burden, claims that Mr Corbyn was an anti-Semite had been made by a Conservative doner, the Phones4U billionaire John Caudwell during an interview on her show.

Some of us are delighted by this BBC policy statement:

Personally, I’m looking forward to the splutters of indignation from the anti-Semitism scammers (you know who you are).

And yet, they’ll provide absolutely no hard evidence to support their claims.

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4 thoughts on “#BBC admits there’s no evidence of #antisemitism by #JeremyCorbyn

  1. Tina Burke

    Anyone with any sense already new this,but the BBC did a good sleaze on a decent honorable Man,

  2. rotzeichen

    This now puts Starmer in a very, very, difficult position, how can he now justify the exclusion of Jeremy Corbyn from the Labour Party?

    Questions need to be asked, how can he lead a party that openly smears people within its ranks for personal political gain? Starmer and the whole of the Labour front bench should go, but will they? Of course not like Johnson they are all in it together.

  3. Stan Was

    Too late to make any real difference, though it would be interesting to see if Rachel Burden gets an internal BBC slap for this.

    Sadly Corbyn must take some responsibility for the AS mess. True it was an almost impossible task to stop the media feeding frenzy, but he should have tried to move the argument away from emotion (which was the bulk of the reporting) to facts. At each & every allegation of institutionalised AS in Labour he and his team should have countered and asked reporters/interviewers to quantify the problem. Make them justify the level of media activity.

  4. Brenda Peacock

    A very public apology needed and panorama revisiting their documentary and going through each piece of ‘evidence’ and showing the true facts in another documentary. Nothing less is acceptable. The treatment of JC by the BBC was nothing short of disgraceful. Journalists should research and report facts backed up by evidence not show photographs with hats and Russian buildings superimposed on them and depict programmes with unsubstantiated accusations as being true. They are guilty of interfering in the political process and just look at the bunch of corrupt liars we now have as a government. Well done BBC.

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