Fury at Miriam

I HAVE never been an admirer of Miriam Margoyles and always put her in the same category as Gerald Kaufman when she is referred to as "being Jewish".

This dislike increased this week when, while interviewed about some obscure play, she said: "You know I am Jewish, but I am going to 'Palestine' as I so sympathise with what those poor people are suffering."

I think it is time she cut her Jewish links. Horrible woman!

Edna Levi,
616a Stonegate Road,

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