One of London’s biggest kosher supermarkets has announced that customers should return certain hummus and tehina products to the store, amid concerns that they may contain salmonella.
Kosher Kingdom in Golders Green, north-west London, emailed customers on Thursday night, warning them that there was “a very slight chance of salmonella” in Shamir Salads products which contain tehina.
The head of the Equality and Human Rights Commission, the body which is charged with advancing equality and countering discrimination knows first-hand the problems women face in trying to get to the top.
Four years ago, rowing cox Zoe de Toledo's confidence was in tatters after a disastrous performance at the Oxford and Cambridge boat race.
Ms De Toledo blamed herself after the Oxford crew lost an oar and, with it, the race. But that nightmare will surely be erased in Rio on Saturday when she coxes Team GB's female crew in the rowing eights final.
Jewish Groups have reacted furiously to the announcement that Shami Chakrabarti is to be elevated to the House of Lords.
Ms Chakrabarti, who led the investigation into allegations of antisemitism in the Labour Party earlier this summer, was awarded a peerage by Jeremy Corbyn in last week's resignation honours, following David Cameron's departure as Prime Minister.
One case taken up recently by the Equality and Human Rights Commission concerned a website, keepcalm-o-matic.co.uk, through which customers can create their own variations on the slogan "Keep Calm and Carry On".
When the commission was alerted to examples such as "Keep Calm and Burn Jews", it wrote to the company to ask for their removal.