Corbyn will 'never be PM' if he fails on anti-Semitism
JEREMY CORBYN'S chances of being elected prime minister are "remote" until he tackles anti-Semitism in his party, the peer tasked with reviewing the problem has warned.
Lord Falconer said Labour's handling of anti-Semitism would be an "obstacle" to the party being elected.
His warning came as Amber Rudd, the Work and Pensions Secretary, criticised activists in her constituency for saying Jewish MPs were "crying wolf ". Last week, the Hastings and Rye Labour Party passed an emergency ...