Thursday 29 October 2020


It's taken almost 18 months, but today the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) is due to publish its report into Labour anti-Semitism.  Corbyn may have since left his post, but make no mistake his supporters will be very vocal today as they defend his pathetic legacy.  Even as the hard left seek to excuse his leadership from criticism, one of his supporters is appearing in court accused of harassing Jewish Labour MPs Margaret Hodge and Louise Ellman (as well as Corbyn critic John Mann).  Nicholas Nelson was previously handed a suspended sentence in 2018 for harassing two other Jewish Labour MPs - Ruth Smeeth and Luciana Berger.  The fact that two of these MPs were driven out of the party says it all about life under Corbyn.

With any luck the EHRC report will distract the mainstream media for a few hours from its persistent lockdown narrative, but it would only be a brief reprieve.  Corbyn is already old news.