The link to the letter was here. Clicking on the link though, you will not now find the letter. Thanks to Google cache I know that you would have seen the letter if you'd have clicked the link between some time on 27 Oct 2017 and roughly "28 Oct 2017 02:46:01 GMT". But now, sadly it's gone.
About free speech
It's a real shame because I tweeted the link and it got several retweets and likes:
The removal of Deborah's letter from the webpage involved significant changes to the page's appearance. Look, here it is before:Would you believe @afneil said “the truth has barely got its boots on before a lie is halfway round the world”? https://t.co/qZ5crxP5mb pic.twitter.com/67uwiHPHdi— Jews Sans Frontieres (@jewssf) October 27, 2017
Obviously, scrolling down you would see the letter, which fortunately still appears in Google cache together with the link to the Andrew Neil article which Deborah was criticising.
And here's the page after the letter was removed:
I can't help wondering if Andrew Neil (on Twitter as @afneil) asked @StephenPollard to have the letter removed. But whatever or whoever caused Deborah Maccoby's published letter to be removed from the Jewish Chronicle, thanks to Google cache and to me everyone can see the letter and everyone can see that it has been removed.
Who knows? Maybe the Jewish Chronicle will restore the page to its original splendour.