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We must call out anti-semitism when it’s on our own side—not just when it’s politically expedient

The responses to the Telegraph's dog-whistle front page were highly predictable—on both sides of the political spectrum. It's time we started calling out hatred wherever it appears

By Daniel Sugarman  

George Soros has been the subject of "dog whistle" front pages. Photo: PA

Twenty months ago, as the debate was raging over whether the UK should vote to leave or remain in the European Union, I wrote down the reasons why I had decided to vote Remain.

I worried about the financial implications for the country, as well as how leaving might decrease our international influence. I also deplored what I described back then as “the degeneration of much of the Leave campaign in recent months into a toxic…

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