Shechita UK has welcomed an European Commission report on attitudes to animal slaughter.
The study, called Information to Consumers on the Stunning of Animals, found that stunning animals before slaughter was “not an important issue” for most consumers, unless it was brought to their attention.
The Equality and Human Rights Commission has said that it would be unlawful for a school to bar children if their mothers drive.
Leaders of the Belz sect, one of the largest Chasidic groups, in Stamford Hill, north London 2a>have told parents that the children of women drivers would not be permitted to attend its schools2b> from next term.
The former Deputy Children’s Commissoner for England has revealed how she was a victim of antisemitic abuse.
According to the Daily Telegraph, Sue Berelowitz, who leads the government inquiry into sex abuse, said police were having to patrol to protect her after she was subjected to “vile” insults on social media.