It’s far too late.
All they can do is retrospectively sack rogue members for tweeting stuff about Hitler or Jews’ noses and dismiss borderline fruitcakes for bleating about ‘the Jewish question’.
That just demonstrates stupidity and ignorance, and should be easy to deal with, but I’m afraid it’s not the same thing as the insidious antisemitism that just won’t go away.
There are far too many MPs (not all of whom are Labour MPs) who represent Muslim-heavy constituencies or are Muslims themselves, whose gratuitous pro-Palestinian advocacy is based on religious prejudice.
An example of voter-appeasing antisemitism is ostentatious campaigning for BDS, professing that it’s nothing but legitimate criticism of the Israeli government. Typically, they’ll use the code phrase: ‘What Israel is doing to the Palestinians’, which they don’t even have to bother substantiating.
What’s BDS got to do with poverty in Bradford or unemployment in Luton, or normal constituency issues that they should concern themselves with?
When the BBC and the mainstream media put the record straight about the Middle East we might get somewhere. Before then, it ain’t happening.
Someone should tell Jeremy Corbyn that you can’t root out antisemitism and Islamophobia; this is impossible. Rooting out antisemitism necessitates employing a restorative dose of “Islamophobia” (code for legitimate criticism of Islam) since much of the current outbreak of antisemitism stems from Islam. Sorry, but that’s the way it is.