(JTA) — Luciana Berger, a well-known Jewish lawmaker in Britain’s Labour Party, said her family was pained and worried over threats and anti-Semitic slurs made at her. Berger, who rarely speaks about her private life in interviews, made the statements in a filmed interview posted online Wednesday by the Liverpool Echo ahead of Britain’s National…
Britain’s Labour Party has launched an investigation into anti-Semitism in the party.
Lord Alf Dubs is not giving up after an amendment he proposed, which would bring 3,000 child refugees from Syria and neighboring countries to the United Kingdom, was rejected by the government.
The United Kingdom’s education secretary launched an inquiry and condemned a London-based Hasidic sect for its decision to bar women from driving.
Britain’s Conservative Party suspended a council candidate after she referred to Labor Party leader Ed Miliband as “the Jew” in Arabic.
The King’s College London Student Union voted to endorse the boycott, sanctions and divestment movement against Israel.
Britain’s employment minister said she would introduce new regulations to make Jews who refuse to work on Shabbat eligible for welfare benefits.
Britain’s umbrella body of Orthodox communities is condemning a London Orthodox synagogue that allows women to hold Torah scrolls.
British Jews don’t eat Chinese food on Christmas — instead many head to Limmud. And this year, in a controversial move, Britain’s new chief rabbi will join them.
Amanda Rosenberg, Google CEO Sergey Brin’s girlfriend, is no ordinary Silicon Valley nerd. She dubs herself a ‘Chew’ and went to a posh British boarding school with Kate Middleton.