Simon Kelner rightly mentions how Brown and Blair freely criticise Corbyn, but could be easily blamed themselves for "corrupting the soul of Labour" (Corbyn can disarm critics by doing the right thing, 04/09/18). It wasn`t Corbyn`s Labour which invaded Iraq on the most spurious of grounds, nor was it the one in cahoots with the City and big business, de-regulating, and allowing inequality to increase hugely. It is precisely because Brown and Blair ignored the true "soul" of Labour that thousands turned to Corbyn to transform our unfair society.
As for Sacks and Hodge, let us not forget that the former was an ardent admirer of Thatcher, whilst the latter gained kudos for her Public Accounts Committee attacking tax avoiders, whist being the beneficiary of an off-shore trust in Lichtenstein! I have been for a long time very critical of the Israeli government`s inhumane policies towards the Palestinians, and now I am critical of Jews who jump on bandwagons to destabilise Corbyn`s leadership. That does not make me an anti-Semite! I am critical of the right wing press and Tories for the same reasons, too!