A Jewish member of the British Parliament criticized Twitter for its slow response to a barrage of anti-Semitic tweets she received last year.
A brother and sister are fighting in Britain’s High Court over whether their late mother should have a Jewish or Christian burial.
Two British groups condemned a Jewish lawmaker who reportedly said that Jewish money dictates government policy on Israel.
Haredi Orthodox Jews will soon account for half of the British Jewish population, according to a study of the United Kingdom’s Jewish community.
Rabbi Jonathan Sacks, a philosopher and member of the U.K. House of Lords who served as Britain’s chief Orthodox rabbi from 1991 to 2013, is in America lecturing and promoting his latest book, “Not in God’s Name: Confronting Religious Violence.”
The BBC’s director of television, Danny Cohen, is leaving the corporation.
An Orthodox Jewish public school in London must stop asking parents about their sex lives in order for their children to gain admission, a school watchdog ordered.
Jeremy Corbyn, the newly elected leader of Britain’s Labor Party who has been accused of being anti-Israel, was heckled at a pro-Israel event.
Jeremy Corbyn, the newly elected leader of Britain’s Labor Party who has been accused of being anti-Israel, will address a pro-Israel event.
British Jews are a diverse bunch with a wide range of political views. So why, Joseph Finlay asks, do people keep assuming they’re all scared of Jeremy Corbyn?