Funding cut fears over Simcha on the Square
Thursday, November 13, 2008
Demo fails to disrupt ambassador lecture
Teachers to be questioned on Shoah lessons
UK threat to 'biased' UNHRC
Head's warning over WhatsApp group
Church allows Star of David on Jewish WW2 hero's grave
Chief Rabbi holds vigil for attack victims
Rudd calls in web chiefs over hate videos
LibDem president backs new anti-Zionist group
Simon Hughes is criticised by the party's Friends of Israel group for signing a virulently anti-Israeli early day motion.
Charedi youth suffer ‘learning delay’
Leading consultant speech and language therapist is concerned that Charedi children are at risk of developing delayed language skills.
Commons queries over Hebrew A-level
MP raises questions in parliament after a pupil from a Jewish school was denied a university place because they would not recognise her modern Hebrew A-level.
Peltours sells its Israel arm
The oldest established Israel travel firm in the UK is to sell its Israel operation to West End Travel.
JNF seeks cash from donor who ‘underwrote its l...
The JNF tries to recover money from a donor who it says agreed to meet the legal costs of its past dispute with Keren Kayemeth LeIsrael.
Siren call to Shabbat is silenced
Shabbat siren upsets neighbours in Stamford Hill.
Shipping tycoon honoured
Mixed choir hits sour note with rabbis
The days of the last mixed choir at an Orthodox synagogue in Britain look to be numbered.
Race abuser fined £730
Chef’s injury led to death
Ofcom ruling on bbc show
Sisters settle race row
Downturn ‘will fuel antisemitism’
British Jewish leaders warn that the worsening economy could lead to a rise in antisemitism and more support for the BNP.
Chiefs groom UK Jewry’s next leaders
A review is to be carried out into the future funding of British Jewry.
Images a war photographer could not bear to loo...
Disturbing images that even the photographer could not look at for over 40 years are being exhibited by his widow.
No Peres visit to UK war plaque
President Peres drops war plaque visit from schedule on his official visit to Britain next week.
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