Lord Blunkett of the Labour party has criticised his terrible approach to anti-Semitism, branding Jeremy Corbyn’s premiership as “shambles”.
Lord Blunkett wrote for the Telegraph, this is what he had to say: “shambles which has been the leadership’s response to deep-seated concerns over anti-Semitism” Blunkett pointed out that that long-serving MP Frank Field’s resignation from the party whip revealed just how serious it is.
He went on to describe: “recent return to the bullying and thuggery experienced by too many party members and MPs in the 1980s”.
Blunkett, finished by saying: “Either Jeremy Corbyn can lead a party into gradual decline and irrelevance, or demonstrate that he can lead a party fit for government. The choice is his.”
When veteran Labour MPs like Frank Field resign from the Labour whip, it becomes frankly obvious the Labour party is in internal turmoil. Many of Labour’s long-serving members do not resonate with the new breed of far-left/Marxist politics combined with tolerance of anti-Semitism.