Before I get onto the anti-semitism stuff, here’s the bookie’s favourites for the votes in Parliament this week:
Theresa May’s withdrawal deal will be voted against tomorrow: 1/8
Hard Brexit will be voted against on Wednesday: 1/8
Extension of article 50 deadline will be voted for on Thursday: 1/5
I’m taking these odds from here, and now onto the anti-semitism hype and hysteria:
Tony Gosling is a former BBC journalist who’s not afraid to tackle ‘difficult’ issues, which is why he’s a former BBC journalist. Over the last 20 years he has been exposing the secret power of the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) and the shenanigans of the rich and powerful. Tony Gosling now does a weekly politics show on BCfm radio in Bristol, airing Fridays 6pm to 8pm UK time. BCfm started broadcasting in 2007. It’s a community radio station and as such it falls under Offcom rules. A group called ‘UK Lawyers For Israel’ complained to Offcom about a show that Gosling put out last November. Gosling had the full support of the management of BCfm and remained on air. However, while awaiting the Offcom ruling he had to really tone down what he said on air. The Offcom ruling was made a few weeks ago, and I’ll let Tony Gosling explain the rest. This is from last Friday’s show and also includes excerpts from some of the topics under discussion.
The complete show can be found here.