https://www.theguardian.com/books/2019/feb/24/dangerous-hero-tom-bower-jeremy-corbyn-hatchet-job-failure Good review of the Tom Bower hatchet job, pretty much saying what any of us unfortunate enough to have read any excerpts from the book would have thought. Nothing new included, critical of things that make no sense, facts genuinely wrong and at one point mistakingly calling Labour MP Cat Smith, Cat Stevens. Nothing more than propaganda created to have Daily Mail readers frothing at the mouth over Corbyn by the sounds of it, exactly as suspected when everyone found out Tom Bower was doing a 'biography' of him. On the issue of Corbyn at the moment I do very much get the impression he doesn't actually think anti-semitism is a problem in the Labour Party. Watching Barry Gardiner's excellent, angry, speech on the commons last week referring to his disgust that we've got to a point where a Jewish Labour MP feels she can't stay in the part any longer, and even John McDonnell getting the tone right and trying to emphasise that he and the party are taking this very seriously, Corbyn's reaction feels lukewarm and suggests he thinks not only that the defections are wrong, but that all the reasoning behind the defections are wrong as well.