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Prime Minister David Cameron speaks at the Holocaust Educational Trust dinner

September 30, 2013

David Cameron believes Britain “had to take a stand” following the chemical weapon attacks in Syria and thinks that the Holocaust provides a chilling lesson of what can happen when outrages are not tackled.

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Spurs fans still ‘sing what they want’

By Marcus Dysch, September 24, 2013

Spurs supporters cheered their side to victory on Sunday with chants of “Yid army” and “we’ll sing what we want”, only days after the JC revealed that David Cameron sanctioned the use of the word that has caused so much controversy.

They defied threats of prosecution as their side beat Cardiff City in Wales — and even won the backing of one of their most celebrated players.

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David Cameron: Yid is not hate speech when it’s Spurs

By Stephen Pollard, September 18, 2013

Spurs fans who use the word “Yid” in terrace chants should not be prosecuted — as long as they are not motivated by hate, according to David Cameron.

The Prime Minister reignited the row over the use of the word when he made clear his view, which contradicts the Football Association and Jewish groups who have been insisting it is always offensive.

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Let history still bear witness to the Holocaust

By Karen Pollock, September 18, 2013

In the Warsaw Ghetto in August 1942, 19-year-old David Graber, knowing he might die in the next few hours, buried a note with the words: “I would love to see the moment in which the great treasure will be dug up and scream the truth at the world...

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David Baddiel says David Cameron is wrong over Y-word

September 18, 2013

Writer and comedian David Baddiel has criticised David Cameron for saying use of the word Yid by some football fans is not hate speech.

In an exclusive interview with the JC, the Prime Minister said that supporters of Tottenham Hotspur, who refer to themselves as Yiddos in terrace chants, should not face criminal charges.

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David Cameron announces cash boost for Holocaust education

By Marcus Dysch, September 17, 2013

A new group will investigate ways for future generations in Britain to commemorate the Holocaust, David Cameron has revealed.

The Prime Minister announced the creation of the cross-party, multi-faith commission at the Holocaust Educational Trust’s 25th anniversary dinner in central London on Monday evening.

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Syria vote ignored lesson of Holocaust, says Cameron

By Marcus Dysch, September 17, 2013

David Cameron believes Britain “had to take a stand” following the chemical weapon attacks in Syria and thinks that the Holocaust provides a chilling lesson of what can happen when outrages are not tackled.

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David Cameron's Rosh Hashanah message

September 4, 2013

Prime Minister David Cameron's Rosh Hashana message.

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Exclusive: David Cameron welcomes new Jewish free schools

By David Cameron, September 3, 2013

Writing exclusively for the JC, Prime Minister David Cameron has said Jewish free schools can be a leading part of the "biggest shake-up of education in this country in a generation":

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David Cameron welcomes new Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis

By Marcus Dysch, September 1, 2013

Prime Minister David Cameron has welcomed Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis as Britain's new chief rabbi.

Rabbi Mirvis will be installed at St John's Wood Synagogue this afternoon in the presence of Prince Charles and hundreds of dignitaries.

Mr Cameron posted a message on Twitter thanking outgoing chief rabbi Lord Sacks for his contribution.

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