I was at the House of Lords for the launch of the "Balfour apology" campaign - a project that seeks to pressure the British government to apologise for the Balfour Declaration as it approaches its 100th anniversary next year.
What occurred at the event led to the suspension and resignation of Jenny Tonge from the Liberal Democrats.
The government's aid policy to the Palestinian Authority is in "utter confusion" after a report that all such funding should be suspended was contradicted days later - and then apparently reversed again.
Proposed changes to the boundaries of Parliamentary constituencies may significantly affect areas with large Jewish populations.
The Boundary Commission for England published its boundary recommendations this morning. The proposals, due to take effect in 2018, include suggestions to create new constituencies, abolish others, and redraw the borders of many more.
Please don't do a double-take. Reading today's column may feel like déjà vu but, as political life in Westminster got back into full swing this week, the same issues, the same characters and the same concerns immediately bubbled back to the surface.
While I cannot bring myself to re-visit Ken Livingstone's incendiary comments on Hitler and Zionism, other recurring matters cannot be avoided.