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Whether it’s Brexit or Zionism – going it alone makes little sense
Two issues have dominated the UK over the last twelve months: Brexit and antisemitism in the Labour Party. The politics of both debates turn out to have much in common. Conflicting national narratives; opposing notions of self-determination; a complex question presented as having a simple solution; a lack of civility in public debate; the use of fear tactics; and the demonization of opponents. In short, both issues have created plenty of heat but not much light. The Brexit and antisemitism debates were running in parallel for most of 2018. In fact, the allegations of antisemitism made against Jeremy Corbyn and the Labour Party was the only story to regularly push Brexit from the top of the domestic news agenda.
ROBERT A. H. COHEN
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