Band leader accused over unpaid musicians' fees
The director of the Gilev Showband, a familiar name on the Jewish event circuit, has been accused of failing to pay performers, sometimes over a number of years
Friday, November 24, 2017
App is just the job for the homeless
Edinburgh council chiefs back £6m Jewish cultur...
Tony Greenstein expelled by Labour
UOHC criticised over creationism warning
New Kosher restaurant to open in the City of London
More rabbis oppose JW3 LGBT events
Labour activist wins High Court injunction
Board's complaint against the Sun rejected
The article in question made the claim that British authorities had disregarded “Muslim sex crimes”
Thursday, November 23, 2017
Chief Rabbi: We must ‘wipe out’ domestic violence
Rabbi Mirvis urged rabbis to ensure that women at risk were aware of the support available from communal organisations.
Charedi men cleared of assaulting traffic warden
But court hands out one conviction after parking ticket dispute sparked street brawl
Rabbi urges action over 'forgotten Jewish refugees'
Laura Janner-Klausner says UK community must 'redouble efforts' to aid Jews fleeing conflict in Ukraine
Labour suspends Ivan Lewis
Party investigating allegations against Bury South MP
Boys face court over alleged hate crime against Jews
The JC reported earlier this year that the family were attacked at a Kent beach
Anti-Zionist to contest election for UJS leader
The Union of Jewish Students has announced the names of the three candidates aiming to be its next president.
JFS inquiry into teacher's anti-Zionist comments
Claims that Hitler backed Zionism and that Israeli actions were responsible for Hamas made at talk for sixth-formers at the school
Jewish cemetery wins design prize
The cemetery in Bushey won the prize for the 'religion' category
Wednesday, November 22, 2017
JLC chair Goldstein meets Stamford Hill Charedi leaders
Ground-breaking meeting discusses education, housing and burial concerns
Jewish students develop new cancer diagnosis tool
The team was honoured for developing a genetic circuit that can diagnose cancer easily, cheaply and, they claim, at a “curable stage”
Tuesday, November 21, 2017
Morrissey hits out at Israel boycott
In an interview with German newspaper Der Spiegel to promote the release of his new album the former Smiths frontman slammed the BDS movement as 'absurd'.
Monday, November 20, 2017
More Wizz Air flights to Tel Aviv
The low-cost carrier is adding daily flights to Tel Aviv
Crowd turns out for Great Yiddish Parade
Marchers chant and sing Yiddish songs at event recreating famous rally of Jewish workers nearly 130 years ago
Straw: Blair demoted me for wanting Hamas talks
Former Labour foreign secretary Jack Straw tells London conference: "I am unhappy about boycotting Hamas."
Police arrest suspect following shul attack
A 30 year-old male has been detained after an alleged altercation with a man in his 60s at a Golders Green shul
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