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  • British academic boycott dies

    Britain’s largest academic union dropped its proposed boycott of Israel after lawyers warned that even discussing it likely was a breach of British anti-discrimination laws and the union’s own guidelines.

  • Anti-Semitism weighs on British Jews

    With anti-Semitism in Britain at record levels, Jews in Britain are feeling a growing sense of unease and insecurity.

  • Blair leaves legacy of Israel support

    As the Jewish community lauds outgoing British Prime Minister Tony Blair for his commitment to Israel and Jewish causes, the question is whether his successor will follow suit.

  • Britain: Shoah teaching must go on

    The government said Holocaust education will remain compulsory in Britain, quashing rumors to the contrary.

  • BBC fights to keep report secret

    One lawyer’s attempt to force the BBC to release a report into the broadcaster’s reporting bias against Israel has reached Britain’s High Court.

  • Jews raise voices in Britain

    British Jews are arguing over whether members of the community are free to express their views on Israel as some warn of growing rifts in the community.

  • British station seeks a permanent voice

    Shalom FM, the sole station in Britain that offers all-Jewish programming, is awaiting an answer to its second application for a full-time community broadcasting license after being rejected in its previous bid.

  • Interfaith coalition works in U.K.

    The British government’s turnaround on recent faith-school legislation was an unequivocal victory for the Jewish community, and may have signaled a new era of cooperation between Jewish and other minority faith groups in Britain.

  • Group unites London Jewish journalists

    A new group is bringing together Jewish journalists to meet and greet — and, perhaps, to date.

  • Anti-fascist battle in Britain marked

    Londoners recently got a reminder that the power of ordinary people to halt racist behavior can never be overstated.