Rudd's warning for Jews
Home Secretary warned of “significant threat” at the Community Security Trust’s annual dinner
Wednesday, March 1, 2017
Corbyn replaces Dawn Butler
CST discuss new jihadi threats with police
Tuesday, February 28, 2017
UK threat to 'biased' UNHRC
Church allows Star of David on Jewish WW2 hero's grave
Reform movement appoints its first welfare officer for mental health issues in young people
Chief Rabbi holds vigil for attack victims
Manager’s tirade sparks under-7s chaos
MBE for mental health campaigner Jonny Benjamin
UK’s Jewish Museum evacuated after bomb threat
The Jewish Museum in North London received the anonymous call at noon on Monday
Strictly Orthodox Ukip candidate 'should not run for office'
Ukip’s Shneur Odze avoids contact with women under religious modesty laws, raising questions about his ability to serve constituents
Boris Johnson to visit Israel
First official trip as Foreign Secretary to take place next week
Irvine Sellar, creator of The Shard, has died
Property developer, whose vision and determination transformed the London skyline, has passed away after a short illness.
Far-right Polish priest barred from UK
The priest subsequently claimed to have been barred from entering the UK by "the Jewish secret service".
Israel's new deputy ambassador starts work in UK
Sharon Bar-Li has spent the last year and a half as director of economic affairs for the Middle East, Africa and Latin America economic department at the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Father delivers new-born son on bathroom floor
Monday, February 27, 2017
Lord Sacks releases video challenging BDS
Released to coincide with start of Israel Apartheid Week at university campuses across the world, the six-minute long film sees Lord Sacks condemning BDS as “dangerously wrong”.
Gerald Kaufman dies aged 86
Jewish peer attacks plans for Holocaust memorial
Conservative Lord Wasserman says planned location next to Parliament is "a terrible idea"
Sunday, February 26, 2017
Exhibition will be ‘tool to combat prejudice’
Friday, February 24, 2017
Interview: Rabbi Avraham Pinter
Student says lecturer he accused of antisemitism should not be sacked
Bristol University academic should be engaged in debate rather than dismissed, insists Jewish undergraduate who claimed she used "the language of Holocaust revisionists and antisemites"
Week of turmoil on campuses
South Africa: missing man found dead
David Ezekiel, who lived in Johannesburg, had not been seen for over a week
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