This week there is a copy of Dennis Kavanagh and Philip Cowley’s comprehensive “The British General Election 2010” up for grabs for the wittiest caption comment.
Usual rules apply, competition closes midday Saturday…
FT leader on Labour’s “Jewish problem”:
“If Mr Corbyn had serious aspirations to leadership he would tackle this problem head-on. Instead it falls to Labour’s moderates to ask themselves how long they will tolerate this state of affairs. Edmund Burke wrote that “the only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing”. Labour’s inaction over anti-Semitism is a stigma that must now be erased by the good people in its ranks.”