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What Labour’s antisemitism crisis tells us about Britain

The harsh truth for British minorities is that true acceptance means abandoning the parts of your identity that don’t fit, writes Will Self

By Will Self   December 2020

The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) investigation into antisemitism in the Labour Party created a furore—at least, in the party itself. There have also been dramatic headlines—and a very prominent scalp. Jeremy Corbyn, rather than accept the contents of the report, doubled down on the position he’s maintained throughout this long and winding saga.…

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