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.
A review is to be carried out into the future funding of British Jewry.
Chiefs groom UK Jewry’s next leaders
Images a war photographer could not bear to loo...
Joshua Cohen: murder trial set for February 2018
Matilda star returns to the West End after operation
Cohen appears in court
Man arrested after two found dead in Golders Green
The woman with the 'best job in the world'
No Peres visit to UK war plaque
President Peres drops war plaque visit from schedule on his official visit to Britain next week.
Brave Jason loses fight
Accountant Jason Boas has died after a year-long fight with cancer.
BNP targets kids for new "White Pride" campaign
BNP launches ‘White History Month' which will take place in November to "counterbalance" the internationally-recognised Black History Month.
Airline bans student in passport photo dispute
A yeshivah student was stopped from taking an Israir flight because the security officer said he did not look like his passport photo.
Outrage as Hizbollah man is allowed in
The Home Office has been attacked for allowing Hizbollah-linked journalist Ibrahim Mousawi to enter Britain.
Swastika greets shul visitors
A two-foot high swastika was daubed on the front wall of a Manchester synagogue.
School made to change entry rules
A state-aided Jewish secondary school has been ordered to make clear it will admit non-Jewish children if it cannot fill all its places with Jewish pupils.
Britain prepares to do the honours for Peres
All the stops will be out to honour Israeli President Shimon Peres when he visits Britain on November 17.
Football fan flees fight and is hit by car
A football supporter, who objected to racist taunts, finished up in hospital after fleeing a fight and being run over.
Car-jackers beat me up and sped off with my dog
A gang beat and threatened to kill a mother-of-three her before stealing her car and driving off with her pedigree dog.
Charedim fight new marriage visa rules
The government may face a challenge to a law that will raise the marriage visa age from 18 to 21.
Neighbours attack ‘barbaric’ brit
Birth ﬁgures reveal strength of the family
More British Jews are being born than are dying each year, according to the Board of Deputies.
Customers flee as grocers row in street
Customers fled from a kosher store after angry grocers clashed over the price of fruit and vegetables.
Masked men rob driver of his BMW
A man has been left shaken after masked thieves stole his black BMW from outside his home.
Duggan family wins hearing
A preliminary hearing at the High Court could lead to a second inquest into the death of 22-year old Jeremiah Duggan.
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