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Stop Talking About Jeremy Corbyn

Corbyn's already been tossed on the scrap heap of history, and Trump is on his way. But with populist antisemitism still growing, the threat Jewish communities face goes beyond the toxic legacy of any one figure

Anshel Pfeffer
Anshel Pfeffer
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Anshel Pfeffer
Anshel Pfeffer

One name I never want to have to write again in a column is Jeremy Corbyn. I suspect many readers don’t want to have to read about him anymore either.

The U.K. Labour party’s arcane procedures, which few of its members even fully understand, caused another twist in the saga this week. The disgraced former party leader had his by a hastily convened “disciplinary” panel, only to be informed the next day by his successor as party leader, Keir Starmer, that he may have been reinstated as a party member but he wasn’t going to be restored to the in parliament. 

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