"I will tear out this poison by its roots and judge success by the return of Jewish members and those who felt that they could no longer support us".
He said: "I firmly believe that together we have the ideas, policies, energy and organisation to win a Labour government next time".
Cambridge MP Daniel Zeichner has welcomed the victory of Sir Keir Starmer in the Labour leadership contest.
Under Corbyn's leadership, diaspora groups in the United Kingdom had repeatedly spoken out against a perceived anti-India sentiment with the Opposition ranks, especially after the Labour party passed a resolution at its annual conference past year in favour of global intervention in Kashmir.
Keir Starmer accepts Labour has "a mountain to climb" as he takes over as leader - the party suffered its worst general election defeat since 1935 in December, losing six seats in Wales.
The new leader describes antisemitism as "a stain on our party" in the message, and says Labour must "face the future with honesty and candour".
Sir Keir Starmer, who has been elected to lead the UK Labour Party. Instead of promising to reverse the decision, Labour offered to renegotiate a new deal with the European Union before putting it to a second referendum - but the party didn't commit to backing one side or the other in that vote. He added that "in terms of party politics it's a new chapter".
Ipswich Conservative MP Tom Hunt said Sir Keir was "more competent" than Mr Corbyn - but did not think he would be able to unseat Boris Johnson at the next election.
"Under my leadership we will engage constructively with the government, not opposition for opposition's sake".
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The victor will be announced via email on Saturday, along with the results for the deputy leadership race.
"Congratulations to Keir and his team".
Sir Keir said his election "comes at a moment like none other in our lifetime" as the coronavirus outbreak has "brought normal life to a halt" but brought communities together.
The 57-year-old former shadow Brexit secretary secured more than twice as many votes as the runner-up - Rebecca Long-Bailey, the candidate of the Corbyn camp - and over three times as many as third-placed Lisa Nandy, the MP for Wigan.
Shadow education secretary Ms Rayner is widely tipped to win the deputy leadership race.
"A fresh Labour leader will challenge the Tories where necessary and give the party the chance to renew itself in time for the next election", Alf Dubs, an opposition Labour lord who fled to Britain as a child to escape the Nazis, told Reuters.
For too long they've been taken for granted and poorly paid.