Rhea Wolfson thinks clinging to nationally unpopular principles is more important than offering suffering people legitimate political alternatives
The former mayor of London had be due to stand of a left-wing slate of candidates
'He has caused grotesque offence to the Jewish population in Prestwich with his absolutely awful comments'
In politics, unlike real life, changing your mind is seen as a sign of weakness, whereas women have known for years that compromise is a way of getting things done
The former Prime Minister said he was looking forward to 'strong conclusions' from an internal inquiry
Norman G Finkelstein accused politicians of making 'sick' Holocaust comparisons for political gain
Labour has ordered its own inquiry into alleged anti-Jewism racism in the party, which will be led by independent campaigner, Shami Chakrabarti
'Respect the mandate. Respect the wishes of party members'
The former Mayor of London says he 'regrets' mentioning Hitler but refuses to say 'sorry' for doing so
The former Mayor is no stranger to controversy
Ken Livingstone’s comments about Hitler raised legitimate questions about the Labour Party’s attitude to antisemitism and the leader has a solemn obligation to answer them without equivocation
When David Cameron was asked to comment on Boris Johnson saying the 'part-Kenyan' US president Barack Obama had an 'ancestral dislike' of the British empire, he merely said 'questions for Boris are questions for Boris'
Corbyn is on a fast learning curve. A half-hearted approach by the Labour leader would not only lose Jewish voters but repel others too
No one asked Ken Livingstone to come to Naz Shah's defence, and no one asked him to compare her to Hitler
There is an important and fundamental difference between anti-Semitism and anti-Zionism, but what we have seen on the Left is an unfortunate bridging of the two. Claims about Jewish control over the media have suddenly become mainstream
What did Ken Livingstone say about antisemitism in the Labour Party?