Ahmed apologises ‘unreservedly’ for his anti-Semitic comments. Great: now Labour can kick him out
Apparently, Lord Ahmed has just apologised for his remarks about the Jewish community. In an interview with Mehdi Hasan in the Huffington Post, he says he “completely and unreservedly” apologises to “the Jewish community, to the judiciary, to the newspaper owners” for blaming Jewish-owned media organisations for his imprisonment for dangerous driving in 2009.
A bit more obliquely, he claims “he has “the greatest respect” for the Jewish community and could not “believe [the video] when I saw it”. He said his comments were “completely wrong”, “unacceptable” and the product of a “twisted mind” – but took “full responsibility” for them. Seeing the comments were his, it’s hard to see who else could be responsible. As for the “twisted mind”, well, you said it, m’lord. Read on……………….
From the Star: Disgraced peer issues apology
From the Yorkshire Post: Peer says sorry for his ‘Jewish conspiracy’ claim
Previously from the Advertiser: Rotherham peer suspended over new controversy