Jeremy Corbyn's Labour Party, and the left more generally, can’t address its anti-Semitism problem by ejecting 'a few bad apples.' This is why
David Feldman is Director of the Pears Institute for the study of Antisemitism at Birkbeck, University of London where he is also a Professor of History. He was a Vice Chair of the Chakrabarti Inquiry into Antisemitism and other forms of racism in the British Labour Party.
The party is, finally, starting to deal with its simmering anti-Semitism. But the saga has exposed a huge rift between the politics of anti-racism on the Left and opposition to anti-Semitism – and that may be intractable
Opinion British Left's anti-Semitism Problem Didn't Start With Corbyn. It's Been Festering for a Century
Anti-Semitism has been a recurrent feature of radical and socialist politics in Britain. We need more than denunciations and expulsions to confront how the left talks about capitalism, race and Jews