Labour is so unrecognisable

THE Labour Party is clearly evolving. But into what?

It is not recognisable as the Labour Party of the Blairite years, nor of Blairís predecessors Harold Wilson or Neil Kinnock.

In a general election, it will be the British public who will ultimately decide if they want to embrace the politics of Corbynism, even if it includes Mr Corbynís antagonism towards the Jewish community.

The question is will they?

Few would vote for the Labour Party if it had a problem with people of colour or Muslims ó but what of the Jews?

If the British electorate are encouraged by the unreliable, inconstant, shifting media to become antagonistic towards Israel, might they vote for Jeremy Corbyn in the belief that his Palestinian sympathies are justified?

Jane-Dora Fraser,
12 Holt Farm Close,
Holt Park,

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