Monday 22 January 2018

Ex-PM Barak discussed return as leader

Former Prime Minister Ehud Barak, who led the Labor Party, reportedly agreed to an initiative that would have seen him contend for the leadership...

Tel Aviv train station expands

Israel Railways announced they are expanding the two busiest train stations in the country at a cost of about NIS 82 million, (£17.5 million). Savidor...

Sweden stands by UNESCO vote

Sweden’s Foreign Minister Margot Wallström who has been a vocal critic of Israel and even praised the UNESCO resolution which declared Israel an occupying...

US Embassy in Saudi posts video editing out Israel from Trump trip

The State Department has apologised for what it says was an “inadvertent mistake” when its embassy in Saudi Arabia edited out part of President...

Macron: Same old wine in new bottle

Following Emmanuel Macron’s decisive victory on Sunday against Marine Le Pen, French Ambassador to Israel Helene Le Gal insisted that she believed the president-elect...

Candidates want your vote

With less than four weeks before perhaps the most important general election in twenty years, party helpers were out in their droves along with...

Tories on course for landslide

The Conservative Party have opened up a record 22-point lead over Labour according to an ICM research poll. The Tories are holding at 49...

Man threatens Jewish girls with meat cleaver and knife

Shomrim Stamford Hill, the Jewish volunteer neighbourhood watch patrol, received dozens of emergency calls on Tuesday evening after a man produced a meat cleaver...

Chief Rabbi and Archbishop of Canterbury embark on historic tour of Israel

Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis this week went on a momentous trip around Israel with the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby. As well as taking...

Diane Abbott defends interview

Stamford Hill’s strictly Orthodox community are split on whether a Conservative or Liberal Democrat candidate would be better for the area if Labour MP...

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