Group refuses to campaign

LAAS in the Evening Standard and Mail Online

LAAS in the news for their General Election statement

LAAS were quoted in two newspapers:

Joe Murphy in the Evening Standard writes

The pressure group Labour Against Antisemitism (LAAS) branded the party "unfit to be in Government" because of "endemic" racism against Jewish people. It urged the public to vote for "anyone but Corbyn".

Jack Maidment, the Deputy Political Editor for Mail Online writes

Meanwhile, the Labour Against Anti-Semitism campaign group said it would be telling voters that 'Jeremy Corbyn is unfit to be prime minister' and it would be advocating an 'ABC' approach: 'Anyone but Corbyn'.


@LabourAgainstASa month ago

Government takes first historic step to ban BDS in Britain: - Amendment passed to stop council pension funds from backing boycott sanctions via @JewishChron

@LabourAgainstASa month ago

Lloyd Russell-Moyle clarifies claim that Israel’s Labor leader backed boycott of settlement goods @lloyd_rm @Keir_Starmer @ukla via @JewishNewsUK


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