Marcus Dysch was the JC’s Political Editor and Assistant News Editor until 2018
JC Stays: Red Doors Farm, Honiton, Devon
Can a country cottage win over a city boy? Our writer checked in to the Cider Barn to find out
In Lithuania, students are being taught an uplifting lesson of integration
Despite the horrors of the past, Vilnius's future is looking quite different
Celebrating yomtovim in a small community
A northerner exiled in London feels the pangs of nostalgia for the Yorkshire chagim of his youth
Feet-dragging politicians should feel ashamed over terror group
The inevitable anger, disgust and fear surrounding Sunday’s Al Quds Day march were entirely predictable, and entirely avoidable.
A Hull of a time as the Chief Rabbi visits
A new ohel at the city’s Marfleet Cemetery was dedicated to Max Gold on the first yahrzeit of his death.
Lord Sacks says rising antisemitism does not reflect 'the Britain I know and love'
The former Chief Rabbi spoke of his disappointment on the BBC's ‘Thought for the Day’
Sadiq Khan calls on Labour to address 'distressing' antisemitism problem
The Mayor of London stopped short of saying he believed Jeremy Corbyn was the right man to resolve the issue.
Defiance is the theme as Yom Hashoah is marked with Hyde Park ceremony
Chief Rabbi calls on European leaders to condemn antisemitism. Sadiq Khan says it is 'completely unacceptable' that Jewish communities should feel unsafe
Date set for Corbyn meeting with Jonathan Arkush and Jonathan Goldstein
Jonathan Arkush, Board president, and Jonathan Goldstein, JLC chairman, confirmed that they have arranged a meeting with the Labour leader
Beware — divided we will fall
To see the Board of Deputies’ president on national television calling other Jews antisemites must have been as thrilling for Mr Corbyn as it was shocking for the rest of us.
The JC Comment Blog No.15 – Why is kosher food so expensive?
Political Editor Marcus Dysch eschews Westminster for a more important side of Jewish life
Jewish leaders accept offer to meet Jeremy Corbyn over Labour antisemitism
In a joint letter the JLC and the BOD have agreed to meet Mr Corbyn to discuss the issue of antisemitism within the Labour party
Board and JLC set out preconditions for meeting with Jeremy Corbyn over Labour antisemitism
Jewish groups demand Labour leader condemns threats to MPs who highlight issue of antisemitism, and that party appoints independent ombudsman to investigate claims of Jew-hatred
Surely things will have to change now? Don’t hold your breath
What will be the outcome of this week’s fevered actions? I am sorry, but you already know the answer.
Jeremy Corbyn pledges to be Jewish community’s ‘ally’ in fight against antisemitism
The Labour chief has also offered to hold an urgent meeting with Jewish leaders
Labour suspend election candidate over alleged antisemitic Facebook posts
Meanwhile it has been claimed Jeremy Corbyn, the Labour leader, was a member of a second Facebook group which included links to antisemitic material.