It’s a simply enough question.
The Conservatives and their supporters on Labour’s right wing have done their best to muddy the question with their accusations of anti-Semitism among senior Labour figures and their attempts to associate any guilt with candidates in the current elections, such as Sadiq Khan.
(Any such guilt is questionable. Mr Khan was among those who took pains to disassociate himself from those who had been accused, and the remarks that caused the offence are now known not to have been what they were presented as being.)
The same critics have done nothing about Conservative Zac Goldsmith’s blatantly Islamaphobic campaign for the post of London Mayor (to quote another famous example). It seems our so-called ‘One Nation’ Conservatives believe in one law for them and a completely different law for the rest of us.
Meanwhile, they are failing in – or more likely ignoring – every promise they made to the people of the UK.
That’s not good enough.
So the question is: Will you stand up against the Tories? Or will you stand by?
Here’s Jeremy Corbyn to explain it in more detail:
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