Tag Archives: Jeremy Corbyn

The British elections – what went wrong?

Almost right up to election day most of us were feeling pretty blasé about the British elections. Theresa May was sure to get in with an even larger majority than she had before. After all, who would vote for that … Continue reading

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Antisemitism updates

The celebrations and festivities are over (for now) and it’s back to normal programming. I’ve not been online much these past few weeks (family stuff) so it’s time to catch up on all the horrible stuff out there (not necessarily … Continue reading

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Guest Post: The Left’s Jewish Problem

This is a guest post by frequent contributor Brian Goldfarb, who responds to the latest antisemitism scandal in the Labour Party. The Left’s Jewish Problem This is a journalistic “rapid response” to the failure of the Labour Party to expel … Continue reading

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Antisemitism update: the good, the bad and the ugly

Antisemitism is the illness that never goes away and like a virus, it mutates and morphs with the times into whatever is the acceptable “hatred of the day”. Once upon a time it was purely religious, later it was “scientific” … Continue reading

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Labour – the Nasty Party

There was a time when the British Conservative Party was known as the Nasty Party.  How the wheel has turned. That derogatory title is now well-deserved by the Labour Party.  Since Jeremy Corbyn was reelected head of the Labour Party … Continue reading

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Labour’s boycotted security firm boycotts Labour back

It’s not easy getting back into blogging again after our short holiday in the Galilee, especially with the constant surfeit of bad news.  But a useful way to ease myself back in is by indulging in yet more schadenfreude at … Continue reading

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