Labour front-bencher resists interruptions to deliver detail on antisemitism in Labour and the party’s organisational changes to deal with it
Defying the host’s attempts to interrupt, Barry Gardiner delivered a perfect exposition of the true scale of antisemitism among Labour members – and the changes made by Jennie Formby since she became the party’s general secretary:
Gardiner, who is supportive of ex-Labour colleague Luciana Berger, set out the complaints made, the actions the party has taken – and put the issue into a perspective that is rarely seen on so-called ‘mainstream’ media:
Labour has made huge strides under Jennie Formby to deal with the genuine issues and the party’s processes have been transformed compared to what she inherited from the previous administration.
What a pity that Gardiner’s exposition is such a rarity in the media presentation of the issue.
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