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The Jewish community must not become a sacrificial pawn in Labour’s war

Community leaders should not double down and push for Corbyn’s removal—but think carefully about where the community’s interests really lie

By Daniel Levy   October 2018

Yes, there is more Corbyn could do to address anti-semitism in Labour. But he's not the only one who should think carefully about what comes next. Photo: Wikimedia Commons

The Labour party’s reluctant adoption of a new code on anti-Semitism is an opportunity for the party to rebuild its relationship with the Jewish community. But hard as it might be to accept, it is also incumbent on the Jewish communal leadership to have a long hard think about next steps.

While some prominent Jewish leaders appear keen to double…

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