WJR launches Mexico earthquake appeal
'Jewish tradition teaches us that while we can’t stop natural disasters, we can choose how we respond to them'
UJIA announces new chair
Jewish teacher launches interactive workshops for children
Lord Sacks launches High Holy-Day videos
New Morrissey album includes songs about Israel
Crisis appeal over Jewish foster home shortage
Mum’s 'Hats of Faith' book gives children head start
Ms Cohan's book explains religious headgear for young children.
Diverse programme announced for Jewish Film Festival
Films from around the world featured at the biggest yet UK Jewish Film Festival
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Labour's NEC adopt JLM antisemitism rule motion
Labour Party conference will now be asked to adopt tougher line on dealing with antisemitism
Board seeks views for election manifesto
Elections will take place next May in areas with large Jewish populations, including every borough in London and for authorities covering Manchester, Leeds, Birmingham, Hertsmere and Epping Forest.
A spokesperson for Barnet Council said the borough had only “six Jewish fostering households”
Could a new app revolutionise football?
Entrepreneur Maurice Ashkenazi-Bakes is behind new FansChat.com app
The songs The Girl from Tel-Aviv Who Wouldn’t Kneel and another titled Israel feature on new album
New BBYO president hopes for expansion
BBYO has a 75-year history in the UK. But its reach spans far beyond Britain.
Jeremy Corbyn's Rosh Hashanah message
His party meets next week for its conference in Brighton.
‘Stand-out’ conference for Lib Dems
In a Rosh Hashanah message, the party leader said he wanted to thank “the entire Jewish community for all your ongoing and invaluable contributions to this country”.
Brent adopts IHRA antisemitism definition
Brent Conservative councillor Joel Davidson and Labour's Neil Nerva deliver crucial speeches in support of IHRA antisemitism definition
Conviction led to poetry prize
The Brighton based artist said he wrote the work during his time on probation for “a minor shoplifting offence”
MP's tribute to relatives who saved Jews
Jan Kawczynski, the great uncle of Daniel Kawczynski MP, was murdered after it was discovered that he saved Jews during the Holocaust
KeshetUK names first ever executive director
Dalia Fleming, who has volunteered with KeshetUK since 2012, will focus on building on the charity's training, education and advocacy work
Grandfather, 74, to join family’s charity skydive
“I must admit I was a bit surprised but really pleased,” said Deborah Judah, who has stage four bowel cancer. “It means we have three generations jumping together.
Corbyn 'positive' on JLM antisemitism motion
Jewish Labour Movement motion calls on Labour to get tough on members who express antisemitic, homophobic or Islamophobic views
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