Labour’s Chief Whip will speak to Sir Gerald Kaufman about his 2a>controversial comments about Israel and “Jewish money”2b> after the party was urged to take action.
The veteran MP accused Israel of fabricating terror attacks as an excuse to kill Palestinians, and claimed the Conservative Party had been influenced by “Jewish money” during an event in Parliament last week.
Leading communal bodies have asked the Labour Party to censure Sir Gerald Kaufman after the veteran MP accused Israel of fabricating attacks and claimed the Conservative Party 1a>has been influenced by “Jewish money”1b>.
A mass brawl that led to the closure of a celebrity-frequented nightclub in London was sparked by antisemitic abuse, it has been claimed.
According to the Evening Standard, Kensington club Boujis has been ordered to close its doors for two weekends and may face a battle to retain its licence after 16 people were involved in a fight outside the venue last Sunday.
Financial advice specialist and broadcaster Martin Lewis has donated £500,000 to a national project supporting foodbank users.
Mr Lewis’s donation to the Trussell Trust, which runs a network of more than 420 foodbanks across the UK, will go towards money management advice as part of the charity’s “More than Food” programme, addressing some of the underlying causes of food poverty.
Jewish Human Rights Watch has placed an advert in the Guardian in response to a recent call by 343 university teachers for a boycott of Israeli academic institutions.
The advert said it was necessary to “educate the boycotters on how their call for a boycott of Jewish academics and outright support for the BDS (Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions) is sheathed antisemitism.”