Labour MP told joke on BBC One’s This Week as example of humour she found offensive, but Jewish leader calls it an ‘error of judgement’

A Jewish organisation has demanded an apology from Labour MP Harriet Harman after she repeated on live television an antisemitic joke as an example of offensive humour she objected to.

Harman was speaking on BBC One’s This Week in a debate about the limits of acceptable humour. She said: “I’ve long been accused of being a humourless feminist and I’ll give you two examples that I protested about because they were offensive and hurtful.”

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