Corbyn cannot solve Labour’s ‘crisis’ over anti-Semitism because it is FABRICATED

Supporters of the Conservative Party – and of the Israeli government’s racist policies of persecution against Palestinians – are selling you a pup. Don’t let them. The Labour Party is not facing any real crisis about anti-Semitism; the words you are hearing spoken about it, and reading in the newspapers and online, are attempts to whip up anger against Jeremy Corbyn, based on a false premise. There is nothing wrong with Labour’s new code of conduct on accusations of anti-Semitism; it is, in fact, better than the flawed International Holocaust…

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Lie after lie over sanctions and FoI: Duncan Smith’s head should roll

Iain Duncan Smith must resign after he disgraced himself yet again, with a leaflet containing fabricated comments from non-existent DWP benefit claimants, according to a leading Opposition MP. Debbie Abrahams, who has been a leading light in the fight to force the Conservative Government to reveal the true number of people who have died following Duncan Smith’s “welfare reforms”, said the Work and Pensions secretary’s behaviour was a “disgrace” and his position was untenable. But don’t take This Writer’s word for it – here’s Ms Abrahams herself (all boldings mine):…

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Zac and Sarah don’t exist – why should we believe anything from the DWP?

How can we trust the Department for Work and Pensions’ figures on incapacity benefit claimants’ deaths when we’ve had scandal after scandal from it over falsified evidence? The Department for Work and Pensions has been caught out in another lie – this time over the existence of people in two fake ‘case studies’ used to promote its cruel, unfair and vindictive sanctions regime. ‘Sarah’ was quoted praising the DWP for threatening to withdraw benefits if she refused to complete her CV, while ‘Zac’ praised the new benefit rules, which had…

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Daily Mail caught stirring up hate against benefit claimants with fake story?

The Daily Mail has been accused of using an actor to fabricate a story stirring up hatred against benefit claimants. Its article I’m TOO FIT to work! Gym enthusiast who spends four hours a day working out claims benefits because ‘boring 9 to 5 jobs interfere with his fitness regime’¬†purports to be telling the story of Kamran Kam, and states: “He openly admits that he is making no effort to get a job, believing that fit people should not have to pay taxes that go towards treating overweight people on…

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