Rosa Doherty is social affairs correspondent for the Jewish Chronicle
Caring for children whose illness cannot be ide...
Swan (Syndromes Without A Name) affects thousands of babies born here each year. Rosa Doherty discovers Swan’s life-changing impact on families in Essex and Yorkshire
'Hate' metal band dropped from UK tour over 'sick fascination with Nazis'
The band had been due to play in Jeremy Corbyn's constituency.
Ken Livingstone: Why I quit Labour
Exclusive: Ex-London Mayor tells the JC he will still campaign for the party but does not want to spend the rest of his life defending his Hitler remarks
Parents of Israeli cancer children enjoy London respite break
Star baker making a business from cakes
Meet the Instagram star who describes herself as 'Mary Berry for the younger generation”
Gefiltefest not happening
Europe’s biggest Jewish food festival will not take place this year due to financial difficulties
Labour won, but lost hearts and minds of voters
Rabbi David Mason said the decrease in Labour’s majority in the North London borough was good for democracy
CST helps keep mosques secure over Ramadan
'The Finsbury Park attack highlighted the potential vulnerability of mosques and exposed the risks for faith communities and their institutions'
Rabbis join faith leaders in protest against London violence and murders
“It is very easy to think gun and knife crime only affects certain people," says Rabbi Herschel Gluck
Nathaniel, 5, enjoys a 'Secret Life' on Channel 4
Chigwell boy is star of prime-time show
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