Sunday, June 28, 2020

Good to know …

… The sacking of Long-Bailey shows that, at last, Labour is serious about antisemitism | Jonathan Freedland | Opinion | The Guardian.
By his action, Starmer has shown he grasps that politics is painted in primary colours. Most voters will barely be aware of this episode, let alone follow the nuances. If anything cuts through, it will be that the new Labour leader promised zero tolerance of antisemitism and he meant it. (Though it seems Starmer offered her a way out, had she agreed to apologise, which she refused to take.)

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