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We'll drink to Glasgow addition

By Adam Henderson, July 15, 2013

The drinks are on Lubavitch of Scotland, which has opened a new kosher wine shop and café at its Giffnock, Glasgow, premises.

Rabbi Chaim Jacobs — who runs the group along with wife Sora — said the move was a means “to help enhance Jewish observance. Seven years ago, there was no kosher eaterie in the community and we started a kosher restaurant.

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A Cinema, hotels and parking charges: Brent Cross in 2020?

By Sandy Rashty, June 19, 2013

This is what Brent Cross Shopping Centre could look like by 2020, if a £4 billion expansion scheme is granted planning permission.

Brent Cross co-owners Standard Life Investments and Hammerson released this computer-generated image this week showing the proposed development, which will include two hotels and a cinema complex.

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New app reveals secrets of London’s diamond geezers

By Jennifer Lipman, June 13, 2013

New light is being shed on the London’s diamond trade, and the role played in it by Orthodox Jews.

Following the publication last year of Diamond Street — the Secret History of Hatton Garden, author Rachel Lichtenstein has now devised an app that uses film, photographs and text to take people on a virtual tour of London’s historic jewellery area.

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Seders, suits and sartorial savvy: the rabbi who has it all sewn up

By Zoe Winograd, April 4, 2013

Jewish religious teachers are better known for their disapproval of contemporary fashions — but Rabbi Yosel Tiefenbrun is at the cutting edge of London’s sartorial scene.

Rabbi Tiefenbrun, who is also an apprentice at Savile Row tailor Maurice Sedwell, was so well-dressed at the Golden Shears Awards ceremony last month that GQ magazine named him “best in show”.

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Les Mis fashion

By Brigit Grant, January 10, 2013
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Fashion legend Lea Gottlieb dies at 94

By Zoe Winograd, November 19, 2012

Israeli fashion great Lea Gottlieb died on Saturday evening in Tel Aviv at the age of 94.

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Tesco's troubles can turn around

By Alex Brummer, March 29, 2012

Tesco may have run out of Jewish chief executives but as a supermarket group it has remained true to its roots.

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Shelves emptied in Manchester

By Jonathan Kalmus, March 22, 2012

Savvy shoppers in the north have been buying in bulk to take advantage of loss-leading offers from the big supermarkets.

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Shelves emptied in Manchester

By Jonathan Kalmus, March 22, 2012

Savvy shoppers in the north have been buying in bulk to take advantage of loss-leading offers from the big supermarkets.

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Langdon launching Herts housing project

March 8, 2012

Meeting demand for facilities in Herts to help young Jewish adults with moderate learning difficulties, Langdon is poised to open a supported living community in Borehamwood.

The charity will look to raise £1.5 million over the next three years towards the project, catering for 40 clients.

Borehamwood was chosen as a major Jewish community, with good shopping and transport links.

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