Boris Johnson has said an exclusive JC poll showing that 69 per cent of British Jews plan to vote Conservative is the result of the party’s work for the community.
The London mayor said the results were “great news” for Tories as he campaigned in Golders Green on Wednesday morning.
British Jews will vote overwhelmingly for the Conservatives, an exclusive JC poll has revealed.
Asked who they would support in next month’s general election, 69 per cent of Jewish voters said they would support the Tories. Only 22 per cent said they would vote Labour.
Oliver Dowden is in a rare position for an election candidate - standing on the verge of entering Parliament, yet preparing to see his political influence decrease at the same time.
In his former role as deputy chief of staff for the prime minister, he was one of David Cameron's leading advisers, helping to develop policy, organising briefings and monitoring domestic issues.
If Benjamin Netanyahu’s new Israeli administration pushes an aggressive policy of settlement building it could hasten the creation of an independent Palestinian state, former British Foreign Secretary Sir Malcolm Rifkind has warned.
When Ed Miliband headed to Hendon to host a public question-and- answer session in January, there was one issue on the audience's mind.
The man hoping to be Prime Minister was repeatedly pushed to defend his stance on Israel by Jewish constituents who vowed never to vote for Labour while he led the party.
The Conservative MP for the constituency with the second highest number of Jewish voters has revealed that he was asked to defect to Ukip.
Matthew Offord, the MP for Hendon, said he was approached by Ukip treasurer Andrew Reid, who is a constituent.
"Andrew actually asked me to go to Ukip," Mr Offord said. "The treasurer of Ukip says I represent his point of view."
There are very few Church of England ministers with closer links to the Jewish community than Daniel Critchlow.
Brought up at the heart of the Prestwich community, the Conservative candidate's parents were leading figures in Manchester's Jewish education establishments.
Forty-two votes. Glenda Jackson's winning margin in Hampstead and Kilburn five years ago could hardly have been tighter.
It was England's closest constituency result at the last general election. The third-placed Liberal Democrats were only 841 votes behind, making the seat a genuine three-way marginal.
Few constituencies are as politically, culturally and religiously diverse as Harrow East.
Its suburbs of north-west London, including affluent Stanmore and grittier Kenton and Queensbury, have swung between Labour and the Conservatives in general elections over the past 70 years.
Sir Malcolm Rifkind charged a Jewish charity £5,000 for a one-hour speech.
The veteran Conservative MP, who has been implicated in a “cash-for-access” row, spoke at a UJIA business breakfast to mark Yom Ha’atzmaut in May last year.
The House of Commons’ register of members’ financial interests show that Sir Malcolm recorded the fee one month later.