Keir Starmer reassures community
The Shadow Brexit Secretary blamed Theresa May for letting Leave hardliners “run the show”.
Wednesday, October 18, 2017
Neo-Nazi activist reveals he has Jewish roots
Arkush condemns union backing for anti-Balfour march
Tuesday, October 17, 2017
United Synagogue criticises paper over sex offender’s advert
Butcher's confusion over shop's hygiene label
Rabbi arrested in fraud case
Board to meet Mary Hassell for talk over burials row
Alfie Solomons, a gangster who reached his peak
Tributes paid to 'heroic' Holocaust survivor
It was estimated that he had spoken to tens of thousands of children over two decades about his experiences in the Shoah
Andrew Neil: left's antisemitism a 'dangerous trend'
The journalist and broadcaster singled out Ken Livingstone for "intentionally" attempting to link Zionism with Nazi Germany.
Courts giving tougher hate crime sentences, says CPS
Figures show that in more than 6,300 cases, the sentence imposed was increased
Monday, October 16, 2017
Journalist says claim Spurs are hated for Jewish origins was “misinterpreted”
The London club said it was "astonished" by the article in daily sport newspaper Marca
Arrest in Leeds shul graffiti probe
Arrest follows second incident in which CST staff outside Etz Chaim synagogue were allegedly subjected to antisemitic abuse
Company apologises over Halloween ‘Anne Frank costume’
Pictures of the “Anne Frank” costume circulated on social media, and were met with anger by representatives of UK Jewish charities.
Young Labour rejects 2-state solution call
A motion advocating support for mutual recognition between Israelis and Palestinians was defeated at a Young Labour conference
Sunday, October 15, 2017
Rabbi condemns mosque claims
Rabbi Mark Goldsmith said some of the language recalled the hostility Jews faced in the early 20th century
Wednesday, October 11, 2017
Split over May’s plan for opt-out organ donation
Board says removal of organs raises religious issues, while transplant experts within the community hailed the move
BBC news director Harding quits to 'voice opinion'
Mr Harding is believed to have become frustrated at the constraints imposed by the BBC’s impartiality and plans to launch a new media company
Grandpa to raise funds for hospital
“It was a dream come true for me. I was like a kid”
Swastika daubed at Leeds shul
Momentum founder in line for Labour top table slot
Ex-kibbutznik Jon Lansman - who is a key ally of Jeremy Corbyn - will increase the left-wing grip on the Labour Party if elected onto its NEC
Kenneth Rubens, chair of the Jewish Museum, dies
Tribute paid to "a greatly respected board member, patron and friend"
Tuesday, October 10, 2017
Mosque plan sparks concern
Opponents have cited concerns about congestion and noise, but some have referred to possible tensions between Muslim worshippers and local Jews
Working with Corbyn is "good governance" says JLM vice-chair
Mike Katz criticises "partisan" attacks on the Jewish Labour Movement over their dealings the Labour Party leadership
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