01 February 2005
More on the Labour posters thing

The Labour poster furore doesn’t seem to be going away.  William Rees-Mogg reckons it was intentional and calculated (via Guido).  Pollard (again) reckons that Jews have to be careful:

But it is critical that the accusation of anti-Semitism is used only in the clearest cut cases. Bandying it around when the evidence is weak is dangerously counter-productive. As the boy who cried wolf discovered, when it really matters, no one will listen.

Quite. But even he has reason to wonder.

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