The sacking of Suella Braverman as Home Secretary on 13 November was a watershed moment in modern British politics; the last British conservative politician has fallen, causing one to feel that we are at the beginning of a post-Jewish London. It’s not what was expected in 2019, when the Conservative party received its second-largest majority in history.
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