“Among the Jews I know, Corbyn is a huge topic of conversation,” said a fortysomething Yorkshirewoman who sits on the governing council of a synagogue in northern England, to IBTimes UK. She wanted to remain anonymous.
“I don’t feel safe in England anyway, and I don’t intend to stay. Corbyn as prime minister wouldn’t alter those views either way.”
My feature on concerns in Jewish society about some of Corbyn’s associations with anti-Semites.