Labour has handled the antisemitism problem dreadfully. But it’s also full of people who want to stamp it out. The Tories have based their whole election platform on nationalism and xenophobia - and that poses the greatest risk to us all. My latest
"I’m Jewish and I’m voting Labour in the general election. Here’s why" - a really thoughtful piece by
I’m Jewish and I’m voting Labour in the general election. Here’s why | Jonathan Lis
This article by perfectly encapsulates my feelings as a Jewish labour voter. Opening the door for a racist and xenophobic Tory government is no way to fix the (genuine) challenge of antisemitism within Labour
I’m Jewish and I’m voting Labour in the general election. Here’s why | Jonathan Lis
I’m Jewish and I’m voting Labour in the general election. Here’s why | Jonathan Lis
I’m Jewish and I’m voting Labour in the general election. Here’s why
Jonathan’s article speaks for itself; “I will be voting Labour because I want a progressive government that rebalances the economy………I will also challenge antisemitism wherever I see it.”
In the 4 days ago: wrote: "I’m Jewish and I’m voting Labour in the general election. Here’s why.” All of it's worth reading but especially this key excerpt:
I’m Jewish and I’m voting Labour too.