It’s about the toxic mixing of political factionalism and anti-racism, where protection of your faction is more important than protecting people from racism
And it’s about a complete failure of leadership.
The central claims of huge political failings, interference and a relentless upsurge in racism in the party were *true*
That. Isn’t. The. BBC’s. Fault.
1. Understand the problem, #Panorama conclusions as broadly correct, what can be done?
2. still see this as essentially about factionalism not racism, focus on 'imbalance' as if there is a huge ongoing debate about scale
There is little point in agonising between 'sides' in Guardian articles or whatever.
Labour has a racism problem, the current leadership has abjectly failed to deal with it