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The JC Letters Page April 28 2017

Dora Hirsh, Anthony Melnikoff, Barry Hyman, Modi Spitzer, Brian Levy and Board of Deputies president Jonathan Arkush share their views with JC readers

The JC Letters Page April 28 2017
Comment

Why Farage's claims must be challenged

Rabbi Harvey Belovski explains why he believes anti-racism organisation HOPE no hate are right to issue libel proceedings against Nigel Farage - citing the core Jewish value of truth

Rabbi Harvey Belovski

Why Farage's claims must be challenged
Leaders

Good riddance ...farewell friends

The Jewish Chronicle Leader column, April 28 2017

The JC Leader

Good riddance ...farewell friends
Analysis

Wanted: governors who last the course

Simon Rocker

Yesterday, 17:14

Wanted: governors who last the course
Columnists

Bigotry is not free but costly

What matters is the assumptions that lead people to tolerate the intolerable, writes Melanie Phillips.

Melanie Phillips

Yesterday, 09:00

Bigotry is not free but costly
Comment

The Lib Dems are an obvious refuge for people like me

What should a Labour and “Remain” supporting Jew do in the general election, asks Avi Freeman.

Avi Freeman

Yesterday, 08:30

The Lib Dems are an obvious refuge for people like me
Columnists

Fish fingers and frustration

Fed up yet? It might be called a “snap” general election but, if the first 10 days of this campaign are anything to go by, the next few weeks could be short on action.

Marcus Dysch

Thu, 12:56

Fish fingers and frustration
Comment

The Israel trade bonanza we could enjoy

UK-Israel trade could be worth billions more, if we build on the potential, writes Henry Newman of Open Europe

Henry Newman

Wed, 17:58

The Israel trade bonanza we could enjoy
Analysis

Why did it take the Liberal Democrats so long?

Farron's desire to tackle antisemitism has been there all along, but his party's complex disciplinary rules caused an embarrassing delay

Marcus Dysch

Wed, 17:34

Why did it take the Liberal Democrats so long?
Comment

So what have they done to our very Yiddish so?

The word 'so' used to have a Yiddish feel about it, says Gerald Jacobs. So what went wrong?

Gerald Jacobs

Wed, 12:53

So what have they done to our very Yiddish so?
Blogs

A Sunday Like No Other

Our French blogger Reuven Levi shares a pen-portrait of what might prove to be a turning point in French history

A View From Paris

Tue, 14:19

A Sunday Like No Other
Columnists

Ken could be the final straw

Ken was my MP for years. I voted for him. He wasn’t the most likeable man on the planet but he did some great things. It is all marred for me now, writes Tracy-Ann Oberman.

Tracy Ann Oberman

Mon, 11:16

Ken could be the final straw