The end of the road for posters like this
Roadside billboards in the heart of a Jewish community are to be removed after objectors claimed they were too provocative.
Thursday, December 18, 2008
Red Cross officials have assured an all-party delegation of MPs that they are continuing to pressure armed factions in Gaza to allow them to visit captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit, held captive for more than two years.
MPs ask Red Cross to help Shalit
Prime Minister Gordon Brown criticised Israel’s policy on the territories at a London conference on investment in the Palestinian economy this week.
Brown criticises Israel’s Palestinian policy
Bigotry at UK university despite director's claims of "respect and tolerance"
UK threat to 'biased' UNHRC
Alfie Solomons, a gangster who reached his peak
Archives open to reveal stories of Nazi persecution
Scared away as hate grows at SOAS
Olmert scorns idea of ‘economic peace’
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert poured scorn on the concept of boosting the Palestinian economy as a way of achieving peace.
Daniella Peled And Anshel Pfeffer
The barmitzvah band that helped Alex get the X ...
Anger over missionary leaflet drive
Evangelical Christian missionaries have been targeting Manchester’s Jewish community with leaflets.
Book Week 2009 unveils an illustrious guest-list
Sex abuser is to be sentenced
A 32-year-old man may face jail next week after admitting that he had encouraged underage girls to perform sex acts, and that he had made indecent images of a child.
Swan pub in limbo as doors close
Race-hate comes alive for computer game
Minister’s marriage visa pledge
A potential solution has emerged to the marriage visa crisis which has caused widespread consternation among Charedis.
Cut duplication — and chase bills, says US head
Arrest in JFS bus assault
A teenager has been arrested in connection with an antisemitic attack on Jewish pupils travelling on a popular London bus route, the 183.
JLC needs young voices, says Levy
Lord Levy has called for new young community leaders to be brought on to the Jewish Leadership Council.
Wednesday, December 17, 2008
Four to fight ‘Yom Kippur’ council seat
Four Jewish candidates are standing for election to a council which held a poll on Yom Kippur.
Tuesday, December 16, 2008
Arrest in JFS bus route row
Thursday, December 11, 2008
Bagel boss caught on camera chewing over price-...
Britain’s two biggest bagel companies are at war after the boss of one was secretly filmed at a kosher restaurant allegedly suggesting a price-fixing arrangement.
Row over ‘pointless’ Olmert UK visit
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert’s one-day visit to the UK next week has been dismissed by officials in his own government as “pointless”.
Boycott is now over say Oxford academics
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