It's pretty obvious that her reasons for doing so are not becasue of free broadband.
Miliband, who is from a secular Jewish family, had told her he wanted to “learn more about his religion of his birth” by attending a traditional Shabbat dinner at her home.
“Two days later he was all over the papers, knocking back a bacon sandwich,” she said, referring to the Jewish dietary taboo on pork.
“So, come election day, I shall give my vote to another party. Almost any other party. Until my party is once more led by mensches,”
Interesting that you're on first name terms with the secular (male)Jew. See how it works yet?The Weeping Angel wrote:Lipman may have had problems with Ed, but it still doesn't take away from the fact that Labour has managed to alienate a community that was on the whole pro-Labour.
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