Marcus Dysch is the JC’s Political Editor and Assistant News Editor
How dealing with the Greens made me blue
There's been a lot of focus on how Labour deals with antisemitism, but how do other parties handle complaints against members?
Lobby groups face tricky future after ﬁasco
There are signs of hope and despair for the Conservative and Labour Friends of Israel groups
Lib Dems mark Balfour centenary
Mark Regev, the Israeli ambassador to Britain, was guest of honour at the dinner
Emily Thornberry visits Israel
Her schedule included a series of meetings with senior Israeli Labour Party MKs and a wreath-laying at the Yad Vashem Holocaust memorial.
Mend is a cause for alarm — here’s why
The group which promotes itself as a force against anti-Muslim hatred has been described as harbouring “Islamists masquerading as civil libertarians”
Patel fallout 'will set us back 20 years'
Leaders warn affair will harm Israel supporters and Jewish community
The Patel affair points to a murky future for Israel's supporters
The Patel affair, on the heels of the Al Jazeera fiasco and against the backdrop of an increasingly likely Corbyn government, gives serious cause for concern.
Profile: Priti Patel
As Priti Patel’s political career lies in ruins, we look back at how it all went wrong
Profile: Stuart Polak
Ennobled by David Cameron two years ago, Lord Polak is a veteran of Westminster’s corridors of power. He is likely to be horrified by the headlines and coverage around the Patel trip.
Harriet Harman urged to apologise after Holocaust joke
When Ms Harman tried to explain why she had told the joke – which referred to Jews being gassed to death during the Shoah – she was told to “be quiet”
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