SO much for the Jeremy Corbyn fans who claim the anti-Semitism scandal was invented to damage Labour. That shameful lie has finally been shredded.
Corbyn is personally accused of nine offences against Jews in explosive testimony by 70 current or ex-Labour officials.
They have exposed a broken party, rife with hatred from top to bottom, keener to cover it up than extinguish it.
Labour “is no longer a safe space for Jewish people or those who stand up against anti-Semitism”, the Jewish Labour Movement tells the Equality and Human Rights Commission.
Imagine Jews’ terror next Friday if Corbyn takes power, leading an institutionally racist Government. Yet millions of people still intend to vote Labour, mistaking it for a party opposed to bigotry.
In reality it is a cesspit of middle-class hypocrites posing as “kinder, gentler” people while guilty of unspeakable prejudice — and as champions of a working-class they hold in contempt.
Can the SNP and Lib Dems, in all conscience, put these people in power?
WE hope the Brexit Party MEPs now endorsing the Tories are not too late to stop Nigel Farage’s folly sabotaging Brexit.
Their argument is unassailable: Their party is taking two votes from the Tories for each from Labour. That is madness when only Boris Johnson will deliver Brexit and Mr Farage endorses his deal.
Hopefully the Brexit Party MEPs now endorsing the Tories are not too late to stop Nigel Farage’s folly sabotaging Brexit[/caption]
Mr Farage insists he is solely taking Labour voters. That’s not what polls say.
Nor do his actions elsewhere make sense. The Brexit Party is still standing in Liberal-Tory marginals where it can only take Leave voters from Boris.
And it is clearly preventing the Tories winning certain close races with Labour.
Mr Farage will still get due credit for Brexit if he instructs more of his tribe to back the Tories.
But if Boris ends up short, Brexit will be lost and Mr Farage’s life’s work with it.
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IT beggars belief that YouTube is still hosting the hate-filled speeches which inspired London Bridge monster Usman Khan.
Parent company Google only deleted them when a reporter flagged them up.
YouTube is still hosting the hate-filled speeches which inspired London Bridge monster Usman Khan[/caption]
YouTube claims its zeal for removing extremism is “unwavering”. Nonsense.
It acts rapidly to block porn, or content breaching some rich star’s copyright. But it apparently lacks the ability or will to block speeches by Anwar al-Awlaki, who inspires slaughter.
YouTube isn’t alone in spreading evil.
Facebook enables nearly half of all child sex crime online. And its plans to encrypt Messenger will make it a “one-stop grooming shop”, the NSPCC says.
The tech giants talk a good game about cleaning up their act. A new Government must force them to get round to it.
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