Labour MP anti-BlahBlah makes a humble comeback

A Labour MP once suspended in a row over anti-blahblah has been made shadow equalities minister. She recants and begs the Jews for forgiveness. People and their convictions, right?

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Ms Shah later admitted she was “ignorant” about discrimination against Jews and said she was determined to win back the community’s trust.
She was later praised by the Jewish community for her positive efforts to understand issues around ‘anti-Semitism’.

Naz Shah was stripped of the parliamentary whip and barred from party activity for three months in 2016 while an investigation was carried out.

It followed the unearthing of a 2014 Facebook post in which she shared a graphic of Israel‘s outline superimposed on to a map of the US under the headline: Solution for Israel-Palestine Conflict – Relocate Israelinto United States, with the comment: “Problem solved.”

A Twitter post later emerged in which she urged supporters of the Palestinians to vote in an online poll on Israeli military action, claiming that “the Jews are rallying” to skew the result.

Ms Shah later admitted she was “ignorant” about discrimination against Jews and said she was determined to win back the community’s trust.

She was later praised by the Jewish community for her positive efforts to understand issues around anti-Semitism.

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn made the Bradford West MP shadow minister for women and equalities as he announced other appointments to fill vacancies or maternity cover in his frontbench team.

Mike Amesbury becomes shadow employment minister, Justin Madders takes on the shadow labour minister role as well as health and social care and Jo Platt becomes shadow minister for the Cabinet Office.

Mr Corbyn said: “I am delighted to welcome new colleagues to Labour’s frontbench to strengthen our team as we continue to expose the Tories’ failings and prepare to form a government that works for the many, not the few.”