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The aftershocks of 10/7 have brought hundreds of thousands of protesters onto Britain’s streets. They’ve jeopardised years of work by Labour’s post-Corbyn leadership to eradicate the stain of anti-semitism, brought a spike in reports of Islamophobia and left Britain’s Jewish community in fear. Police in the UK have so far walked the tightrope between free speech and hate speech but the longer the war lasts the more precarious and difficult their task will be. What is the just stance for the UK government in this war? What constructive role can it play in the region? And how can it ensure the agonies of Gaza don’t tear down the edifice of British multiculturalism?
editor and invited experts
Editor and Founder
British journalist and author
Founder, Zeki Services and Former Head of the UK’s Office of Security and Counter-Terrorism