Labour Report Recommends No Life Ban For Anti-Semites

Baroness Royall’s report into anti-Semitism claims at Oxford University Club – which sparked the resignation of the co-chair – has found there was no institutional problem there at all:

“I do not believe that that there is institutional antisemitism within OULC, difficulties however face OULC which must be addressed to ensure a safe space for all Labour students to debate and campaign around the great ideas of our movement”

Controversially, Royall goes against the so-called McDonnell Doctrine and advises that anti-Semites should not face a life ban:

“It is not recommended that where a person is excluded from membership for antisemitism this should automatically be a life ban.”

Here is McDonnell saying all anti-Semites should be kicked out for good:

Will Labour listen to their Shadow Chancellor or this report?




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