Lord Dubs: Labour’s slowness to act on anti-Semitism let it ‘fester’

Posted on September 27, 2017

Lord Dubs, who escaped the Nazis on a Kindertransport from Prague in the summer of 1939 when he was just six years old, said the Labour leader is now “doing okay” at tackling anti-Semitism. But as a new row over the problem threatened to overshadow the party’s conference in Brighton, the Labour peer warned “you’ve got to nip these things in the bud immediately”, noting “the Holocaust began with words”.

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