Police have arrested a man in relation to a blog post ahead of a neo-Nazi protest due to take place in north-west London next week.
The Community Security Trust confirmed it had been informed of an arrest made on Friday afternoon.
The group said the arrest was in relation to the demonstration, expected to take place next Shabbat, July 4 in Golders Green.
The Chief Rabbi has praised the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh following their 1a>visit to the former Nazi concentration1b> camp Bergen-Belsen.
Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis accompanied the royal couple as they 2a>laid a wreath2b> at the site in Germany on Friday. He said the “Jewish world” appreciated the solidarity shown by the Queen.
The Board of Deputies of British Jews has expresses solidarity with the people of France following the terror attack in Lyon.
A man has been decapitated and others were injured at factory by terrorists carrying Islamist banners.
The attack happened at the headquarters of the American owned Air Products, in Saint-Quentin-Fallavier, near the city of Lyon.
The Queen has laid a wreath at Bergen-Belsen in commemoration of the 50,000 Holocaust victims who died there.
The visit – her first to a former Nazi concentration camp - was the climax of the four-day royal trip to Germany.
Accompanied by the Duke of Edinburgh, she laid the wreath at the memorial to Anne Frank, who perished at Belsen.
The former leader of the UK branch of the Jewish Defence League has won an appeal against a conviction for assaulting a pro-Palestinian activist.
Roberta Moore had been found guilty in March of attacking two men at a literature festival in Tottenham, north London.
A new world record price for a painting by Jewish artist Mark Gertler was set when his work The Violinist sold for £542,000.
The painting was auctioned by Christie’s at a sale in London. The previous record for the artist was £74,500 set in 2014.
The buyer is understood to be a British private collector.
Board of Deputies president Jonathan Arkush has encouraged British Jews to take part in a counter-demonstration against a planned neo-Nazi protest.
A painting stolen from a Jewish family has become the first work from Cornelius Gurlitt’s collection of looted art to be sold at auction.
Two Riders on a Beach by German-Jewish artist Max Liebermann fetched £1.9 million at a sale at Sotheby’s in London.
Anxious parents have said they will consider home-schooling, or even emigrating to the United States or Israel, to avoid having to send their child to a non-Jewish secondary school, as the admissions crisis continues.
A Hasmonean pupil has made a heartfelt appeal in an open letter to stop the 2a>Neo Nazi rally that is planned in Golders Green on 4 July2b>.
Liora Resnick, aged 16, 1a>told her Facebook followers to share her post1b> in order to raise awareness of an issue she says is redolent of Nazi Germany.