Charities unite to boost dementia care
Monday, August 7, 2017
Mums do the business
Jackie Walker in Edinburgh
Sunday, August 6, 2017
Company apologises over Halloween ‘Anne Frank costume’
Andrew Neil: left's antisemitism a 'dangerous trend'
Tributes paid to 'heroic' Holocaust survivor
Arkush condemns union backing for anti-Balfour march
Corbyn campaign chief is anti-Israel activist
Louis Jacobs group hit by ‘censorship’
Religious group reluctant to allow venue to vet speakers
Friday, August 4, 2017
Not guilty pleas over traffic warden brawl
Defendants get bail in Stamford Hill street fight case
MP saved dozens of lives, but had no idea
Mr Lees-Smith's grandson said he was eager to meet survivors — or their relatives — who had benefited from the passports
Inquest set into death of patient at private hospital
Neil Shestopal died following a cardiac arrest while being treated at the London Clinic
Jackie Walker's Board claim
The former vice-chair of the Momentum organisation is due to open her one-woman Fringe show – The Lynching – tonight.
Woman’s dying wish sends milkshake 375 miles
When Sam Klein visited his friend Emily Pomeranz in a hospice she told him she wanted to drink a shake from Tommy’s in Ohio before she passed away from pancreatic cancer.
JW3's new programming director
Rachel Grunwald, a theatre director who has worked with the Royal Shakespeare Company, will be responsible for thousands of events put on by the Jewish cultural centre
Thursday, August 3, 2017
Holocaust denial set to rise, warns Bazalgette
Sir Peter issued the warning on Tuesday, as designs for the new national Holocaust Memorial and Learning Centre went on display at the Victoria and Albert Museum.
Top civil servant and consultant dies aged 97
Civil servant who worked with Churchill and Wilson before becoming McKinsey's first non-American partner
Thousands view Hitler video game
‘Sick’ modification of popular computer game features one team as Nazis, the other as concentration camp inmates
Shabbat fears over water meters
New smart meters being rolled out across the country could technically lead to a breach of Shabbat.
Fury at revival of notorious Gaza play
Drama about death of anti-Israel activist Rachel Corrie ‘promotes futile hatred’
Help for olim looking for jobs
The Jewish Agency is offering personalised employment and career consulting sessions.
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Eisner buys Portsmouth FC
Former CEO pays £5.67 million for Division 1 club
Feltz insulted me, says Myers
Sacked journalist tells the JC he is not a "racist" and complains "irreversible damage" has been done to his reputation
Wednesday, August 2, 2017
Holocaust denial may rise in next 20 years, says Sir Peter Bazalgette
Warning comes as exhibition of designs for planned national Holocaust memorial go on show at V&A
Tuesday, August 1, 2017
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