Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn grilled over party's record on anti-semitism ahead of elections

Claims of anti-semitism are once again rocking the opposition Labour Party in the UK two weeks before the election. Britain's chief Rabbi says the vast majority of jews in the UK are actually afraid of Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn becoming PM. Corbyn addressed that issue on a live television interview but failed to apologize for any anti-semitism in his party over the past few years.