Naz Shah, the Labour MP accused of antisemitism, has made a "wholehearted apology" to the House of Commons over Facebook posts that appeared to suggest Israelis should be deported to the US.

Shah, whose case was raised by David Cameron at prime minister's questions earlier in the day, used a point of order in the Commons to say that she "deeply regrets" her comments.

"I hope you will allow me to say that I fully acknowledge that I have made a mistake and I wholeheartedly apologise to this house for the words I used before I became a member," she said.

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