If you read the British & international media latest coverage of Jeremy Corbyn and anti-Semitism in the Labour Party, it might be summed up ‘fine words but light on action’. The more Corbyn turns to his Far Left powerbase, the greater will be the institutional anti-Semitism in the Labour Party. Alistair Campbell’s article is brilliantly incisive and is now published globally via Newsweek. Thoughts?
The Evening Standard reports that the Government’s Brexit repeal bill has passed its first Parliamentary test on a “deeply disappointing” night for the Labour Party.
Perhaps I’m missing something but a divided Conservative Party managed to push the bill through highlighting that the divisions in the Labour Party are still greater than in the Conservative Party. The historic failure to defeat the bill must rest with Jeremy Corbyn?