LETTERS
Iíll stay Labour

THE correspondence and columns questioning why some still stick with Labour skate over the parallel and equally valid agendas in any debate.

Jeremy Corbyn and many others are against Zionism. But there is also an undeniable sharp campaign against Corbyn, mixed often with an anti-Zionist and antisemitic mish-mash.

I remain Labour because we seek better wealth distribution and more public spending ó both help the grassroots economy ó while the current government tries to balance the books by squeezing the poorest, borrowing and cutting taxes for those most able to pay them.

Frank Adam,
14 Hartley Avenue,
Prestwich,
Manchester.

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