'Bafflingly dull': Critics pan new Golda Meir biopic starring Helen Mirren
The film was screened earlier this year at the Berlin Film Festival before its cinematic release
NUS opens conference with antisemitism apology after damning report
Student union leadership apologised for the 'truly shocking' Jew-hatred and said they are 'genuinely, truly sorry that it has taken us so long to address antisemitism head-on'
British Jews 'favoured over Muslims', says David Miller
In Tehran, the sacked Bristol professor also blamed Israel and the US for stoking Iranian protests
Board of Deputies apologises for tweet calling journalist an 'a******'
The now deleted tweet criticising Jewish journalist Rachel Shabi was apparently sent from the wrong account
Support offered to women after rabbi accused of sex assault leads Purim party
Jewish Women's Aid have released a statement after Chaim Halpern was the guest of honour at an event with several young people
Three shot and injured in terror attack outside Tel Aviv coffee shop
One person was critically injured, and two others were also rushed to hospital with serious injuries
Chief Rabbi leads service honouring German Jewish footballer killed in the Holocaust
Ahead of their crucial Champions League game, Chelsea FC and Borussia Dortmund FC rededicated themselves to the fight against antisemitism
Gary Lineker under fire for '1930s Germany' tweet on immigration
The BBC Match of the Day host tweeted that the language used around immigration policy 'is not dissimilar to that used by Germany in the 30s'
Top UN human rights official accused of 'extreme' anti-Israel bias
Craig Mokhiber has tweeted that Israel is conducting 'ethnic cleansing' of Palestinians and vocally supports the Boycott, Divest, Sanctions movement
Prince Harry's guest compared Hamas terrorists to Warsaw Ghetto fighters
Trauma expert Dr Gabor Maté is due to have an 'intimate' public conversation with the Prince on Saturday
UK Labour groups condemn 'shocking' police violence at Tel Aviv protest
At least 11 protesters were treated in hospital for injuries sustained after police used stun grenades, tear gas, and water cannons to disperse demonstration
Ben-Gvir assassination plot foiled as violence erupts at Tel Aviv protest
A resident of east Jerusalem has been arrested for the alleged plan to kill the far-right minister
UK has no plans to engage with far-right Ben-Gvir, says Foreign Secretary
Mr Cleverly rejected the 'apartheid' descriptor for Israel, but criticised settlements in the West Bank
Biden's diplomats pushing UK not to proscribe Iran Revolutionary Guard Corps
This comes as the Security Minister tells the JC that Iran is preparing a potential assassination campaign against Britain's Jews
Government introduces legislation to build Westminster Holocaust Memorial
Labour has promised to help pass the Bill 'as quickly as possible'
Antisemitism activists crowdfunding to fight lawsuit after Twitter argument
Edward Cantor and James Mendelsohn say they will need to fundraise around £150,000 to fight the case