David Cameron

Orli’s plans for Britain impress David Cameron

By Sandy Rashty, August 1, 2013

A Jewish schoolgirl has won a national writing competition to which Prime Minister David Cameron responded.

“Thirteen in 13”, launched by the Anne Frank Trust UK, asked anyone turning 13 in 2013 to say how they would make Britain a better place in an online letter to the prime minister.

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Jewish schoolgirl wins writing competition judged by David Cameron

By Sandy Rashty, July 29, 2013

A Jewish schoolgirl has won a national writing competition judged by Prime Minister David Cameron.

The “Thirteen in 13” competition, launched by the Anne Frank Trust UK, asked anyone turning 13 in 2013 to say how they would make Britain a better place in a 250-word online letter to the prime minister. The winner was announced in the Times newspaper on Friday.

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CST ready to help Prime Minister David Cameron beat terror

By Marcus Dysch, June 6, 2013

Government plans to tackle extremism and radicalisation have been welcomed by the Community Security Trust.

Prime Minister David Cameron chaired the first meeting of a new anti-terror taskforce, called Terfor, on Monday, and told ministers more must be done to counter extreme views in schools, charities and communities.

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Banning Hizbollah

May 23, 2013

In January we revealed that David Cameron had asked the Jewish community to "make a noise" over Hizbollah, to help him persuade the EU to ban the terrorist organization.

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David Cameron to judge Anne Frank letter contest

By Sandy Rashty, May 9, 2013

Prime Minister David Cameron is to judge a competition launched by the Anne Frank Trust UK for young people to say how they would make Britain a better place.

The “Thirteen in 13” project will ask British teenagers to write a 250-word online letter to Mr Cameron, giving their ideas for improving the country.

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David Cameron thanks Lord Sacks for Middle East peace efforts

By Marcus Dysch, April 22, 2013

Chief Rabbi Lord Sacks met Prime Minister David Cameron to discuss faith schools, the Middle East peace process and other issues of concern to the Jewish community.

Mr Cameron thanked Lord Sacks for his work in serving communities across Britain during the Downing Street meeting. The Chief Rabbi retires from his role on September 1.

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David Cameron wishes Jewish community a happy Pesach

By Sandy Rashty, March 25, 2013

Prime Minister David Cameron has praised the British Jewish community and wished it a happy and peaceful Pesach.

“I send my very best wishes to Jewish communities in Britain and internationally celebrating Passover this year,” he said.

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Cameron: help me kick Hizbollah out of Europe

By Marcus Dysch, February 7, 2013

David Cameron has asked the Jewish community to help him persuade the European Union to proscribe Hizbollah.

At his meeting last month with the Jewish Leadership Council, the Prime Minister urged its members to “make a noise” and lead a grassroots campaign calling for the EU to take action against the Iranian-backed terror group.

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European Union is the problem, not the solution

By Robin Shepherd, February 7, 2013

It is a measure of the EU foreign policy establishment’s timidity that Lebanese terror group and Iranian proxy, Hizbollah, has for so long evaded designation as a terrorist organisation.

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Steinberg’s Vision to launch business festival

By Jonathan Kalmus, January 18, 2013

One of Liverpool’s leading Jewish figures has been tasked by the Prime Minister to deliver what is claimed to be the UK’s largest planned national business event since the 1950s.

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