The article in question was an interview that claimed Israel had played a role in the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.
"We are beginning to wash clean the stain of antisemitism from our party."
Starmer’s vow has quickly been put to the test, and after a controversial call involving two Labour lawmakers, leading British Jewish organizations now say he is failing it.
Starmer believes there is still a massive problem with antisemites within Labour. “They have to be dealt with robustly and swiftly,” he said.
Jewish MPs were hounded from their party, and some Jewish families contemplated leaving the country if Corbyn won the December 2019 election. It is natural to feel relief that Corbyn has gone.
Starmer ran as a unifier. But he can't cure the party of antisemitism if he won't identify where the disease is coming from.