The British Labour Party remains embroiled in accusations of antisemitism and it seems that the current leadership has prompted many of them by a lacklustre response to such allegations.
However, the questions remains, if Corbyn is such an antisemite, why does he seem so keen to give my Jewish wife a good lampposting for a mere fifteen pounds a pop?
Corbyn may have dealt with those who have contemptible views on Israel and Zionism, and some of his activists do make the overlap between anti-Zionism and anti-Semitism seem like a far narrower gulf than it ought to be.
But none of that seems to stop him from popping up as per usual on Wednesday, accepting my offer of a direct debit and then having a cup of tea with me after the deed is done.
The Labour leader is also kind to my children. Just the other day, I was explaining to my children the valuable work that he and their mother were doing by challenging the mainstream media's impressions of the man.
Suddenly, he drove up on his moped, with no less than Shami Chakrabarti on the back, and he let them know with a jovial shout how great their Mum was in the bedroom.
As he drove away, I think I even caught a glimpse of a Benjamin Netanyahu bumper sticker on the back of his Vespa.