Jack and Joel win X Factor wildcard
Masorti youth leader's father urges public to watch and cast votes in Sunday night’s live show
Sunday, October 29, 2017
Alexei Sayle’s shocking denial of antisemitism
Friday, October 27, 2017
Survey reveals Britain's view of Israel
Thursday, October 26, 2017
Morrissey hits out at Israel boycott
More Wizz Air flights to Tel Aviv
Jewish students develop new cancer diagnosis tool
Art school apologises for swastika flag
Alfie Solomons, a gangster who reached his peak
Midlands synagogue target of terror
Prosecutors said targets included Birmingham's central synagogue and the city's RAF careers office
Council's secret review of antisemitism definition
Camden first voted to adopt the IHRA definition back in April
Czech Sefer Torah returns home
Unlike elsewhere in Europe, a substantial amount of Czech Judaica survived the war, though it was neglected for many years.
PM's Great Shabbat Switch Off message
Wednesday, October 25, 2017
Offord attacks Young Labour on Palestine
Hendon Conservative MP Matthew Offord accused Young Labour delegates of “repeating the historic mistake of the Arab leadership in 1947”
Rise of the Rothschilds — on stage
A musical about Mayer Rothschild, the founder of the banking dynasty, and his relationship with his five sons is coming to the London stage
Haskel wins £125,000 economics prize
Professor shares inaugural Indigo prize for work on measuring GDP
Labour suspends Jared O'Mara
Labour whip removed from MP for Sheffield after furore over online postings
Blogger denies sending Auschwitz songs
'No need' for new anti-hate laws
Lord Sacks wins Irving Kristol Award
Lord Sacks said he was “deeply honoured” to have been recognised by the AEI, “an organisation that is dedicated to defending human dignity and expanding human potential”
'Holocaust memorial could be targeted by antisemites'
The London mayor, who was on the judging panel for the memorial design, spoke of the need for security measures at the £50 million development
Tuesday, October 24, 2017
Guttmann book makes William Hill shortlist
David Bolchover will find out if he has won the prestigious prize on November 28th.
Tempers flare at Islamic centre meeting
The Grade II-listed Hippodrome building was bought earlier this year for £5.25 million by the Centre for Islamic Enlightening.
NUS launches Holocaust education campaign
The Our Living Memory initiative will reflect on the persecution of Jews and other groups under the Nazis between 1933 to 1945. A video and social media campaign will highlight the targeting of specific groups by the Nazi regime.
Holocaust memorial design winners announced
The winning entry was the unanimous choice of a judging panel which included Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis, Mayor of London Sadiq Khan and Holocaust survivor Ben Helfgott.
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