Keir states he wants to make Labour a safe place for the return of former Jewish members who left the Labour Party over antisemitism. Does this mean Labour isn’t currently safe?

A devastating report came out stating that the Labour Party let hatred and abuse of fellow Jewish members thrive without having procedures in place to deal with this rampant problem. 

Today Keir Starmer was under fire from Jewish media outlets who wanted to know if Corbyn would be expelled from the party over this damming report that concluded that antisemitism was rife in the ranks under the previous leader Jeremy Corbyn. Keir said he’d look into it.
 
Keir was then asked, as a member of Jeremy Corbyn’s cabinet what did he do to try and put a stop to this hatred. He returned by saying he spoke with those who left the party and noted as leader; he wanted to make the Labour Party a safe place for those fellow members who left the party to return. This then opens a logical question to ask… Does this statement by Keir “to make the party safe” Mean the Labour Party isn’t currently safe? What’re your thoughts on this? Watch the video above and leave your comments below.

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