There is a legitimate case to be made against Ian Austin and Margaret Hodge, but this isn’t it.
Team Corbyn can’t work out if their leader’s foreign policy is a distraction or a badge of honour.
With the row over the wreath into its fourth day, Corbyn had been fighting a clumsy rearguard action. A fight with Bibi shifts things onto safer territory.
After the financial crash, Fisher wondered why it was so hard to come up with an alternative to capitalism.
Corbyn has admitted attending a memorial service for those killed by the Mossad, including a terrorist behind the 1972 Munich Massacre.
Austerity has led rough sleeping to increase by 169 per cent since 2010. The £50m announced by ministers will make little difference.
A third union – Usdaw – has called on the Labour leader to adopt the IHRA definition and its examples in full.
The failure to act is denying the party the moral high ground from which to oppose all forms of racial hatred and oppression.
The manufacturing sector is now in recession and the economy has grown below 0.5 per cent for six consecutive quarters.
The party’s row over Boris Johnson’s comments on the burqa highlights its internal psychodrama.