Less is more for Kenton as it prepares for 70th
The congregation has grown with the shul: “We have plenty of golden wedding anniversaries.”
Ofsted inspectors say primary 'requires improvement'
Clore Tikva's teaching, learning and assessment criticised, but early years and special needs provision commended
Jewish groups challenge Lancashire kosher ban
Lancashire County Council became the first council to ban the supply of meat from animals that had not been stunned before slaughter in October
Christmas volunteering drive
Those affected by the Grenfell Tower fire will be among those supported this year
A family legal dispute that would not go away
An acrimonious legal challenge lingers behind the suspicious deaths of the philanthropist and 'inspiring leader' Barry Shermans
Hate letters sent to Canadian synagogues
Police launch investigation over anonymous messages, one of which said 'Jewry must perish'
Israeli mining company listed on London Stock Exchange
Shefa Yamim becomes 29th Israel firm to be quoted on City share index
Judaism to get more primetime slots on BBC
Corporation to include faith issues in primetime programmes as review reveals complaints about current provision
'Bookkeeper of Auschwitz' challenges prison sentence
Oskar Groening, 96, will argue prison violates his basic rights because of his advanced age
May's Jerusalem phone call to Trump
The Prime Minister did not mention Britain First tweets in conversation with US President
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