After the Brussels attacks, we’re starting to develop a coping strategy

The coverage has been extensive, of course. On television there have been the now familiar images of huddled crowds and flickering vigil candles, the interviews with those who witnessed or narrowly missed death, the debates about lessons learned. Most coverage of this week’s Brussels attacks has been solid and sober, some of it extremely moving. But there has been something missing.

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Labour and the left have an antisemitism problem

As the Conservative party divides its time between running the country and tearing itself apart over Europe, Labour has been consumed with a rather different problem. In the past two weeks, it has had to expel two activists for overt racism. That follows the creation of an inquiry into the Labour club at Oxford University, after the co-chair resigned saying the club was riddled with racism. The racism in question is hatred of Jews.

Published by: The Guardian

Labour and the left have an antisemitism problem

As the Conservative party divides its time between running the country and tearing itself apart over Europe, Labour has been consumed with a rather different problem. In the past two weeks, it has had to expel two activists for overt racism. That follows the creation of an inquiry into the Labour club at Oxford University, after the co-chair resigned saying the club was riddled with racism. The racism in question is hatred of Jews.

Published by: The Guardian

Labour and the left have an antisemitism problem

As the Conservative party divides its time between running the country and tearing itself apart over Europe, Labour has been consumed with a rather different problem. In the past two weeks, it has had to expel two activists for overt racism. That follows the creation of an inquiry into the Labour club at Oxford University, after the co-chair resigned saying the club was riddled with racism. The racism in question is hatred of Jews.

Published by: The Guardian