The House of Commons Home Affairs Select Committee today published its report following its inquiry into the rise of antisemitism in Britain. The report endorsed recommendations made by Campaign Against Antisemitism over the past two years, tackling the definition of antisemitism, antisemitism in political parties, antisemitism in student politics, the failure of social networks to interrupt the spread of antisemitism and improvements required in policing. The report was swiftly attacked by Jeremy Corbyn, among others, and Campaign Against Antisemitism’s Chairman, Gideon Falter, and Head of Political and Government Investigations, Joe Glasman, took to the airwaves to defend it and call for its recommendations to be implemented swiftly. We have also published a summary of the report and our response to it.
Below are three of our interviews conducted today with BBC Radio 5, BBC News and Sky News.
CAA Chairman, Gideon Falter, on BBC Radio 5:
CAA Head of Political and Government Investigations, Joe Glasman, on BBC News:
CAA Head of Political and Government Investigations, Joe Glasman, on Sky News:
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