Marcus Dysch is the JC’s Political Editor and Assistant News Editor
Labour MPs attend event organised by activists facing antisemitism claims
The session featured speakers who referred to “false charges of antisemitism” and a “purge” of supporters over alleged Jew-hatred
JLC to launch Newmark review
In a move which goes significantly further than previously planned, a retired judge will be appointed to oversee the process
Change is coming
The Labour leader's actions reveal a man who campaigns to be Prime Minister while apparently pledging to restrain our democratic rights.
Tony Greenstein expelled by Labour
His case was one of the most high-profile to go before Labour’s national constitutional committee (NCC) since the party pledged to do more to tackle antisemitism within the party.
JLM must rely on experience
When the news of the allegations against Mr Newmark broke last week, it came as a genuine surprise to many leading JLM figures.
Bibi blames Iran for Syria clashes
The Prime Minister said Israel was “not bent on war, but we will do whatever is necessary to defend ourselves”.
JLM calls for Newmark resignation
Senior members of the group are said to be deeply concerned about the potential for reputational damage to the JLM if controversial chair remains in charge
Political fallout will hit both main parties
The JC's political editor Marcus Dysch assesses the JLC audit's ramifications across Westminister
Baddiel tells social media giants to get tough on antisemitism
The comedian was speaking at an event in Parliament discussing the balance between free speech and hate speech online.
BOD president: The potential candidates
The president of the Board of Deputies took many members by surprise when he announced he was stepping down last Friday. Who could replace him? Read on...
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