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School of Politics and International Relations

Corbyn's Labour Party might lose the U.K. elections, but anti-Semitism will still remain

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Marie Skłodowska-Curie Research Fellow in the School of Politics and International Relations, Dr Toby Greene, wrote an article for NBC discussing Labour’s prospects this election and the anti-Semitism problems facing the party. He writes: “At no point in post-World War II British history has anti-Semitism seen the prominence in national politics that it has in the lead-up to Thursday’s general election. The British Labour Party under Jeremy Corbyn is now widely considered to be, in the words of some of its own former members of Parliament, “institutionally anti-Semitic,” thrusting the issue of anti-Semitism into the spotlight and leaving Jews questioning their future if the party wins.”
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