'There is a broader issue here which is that last year 80 journalists were killed across the world just for doing their job,' said U.K. Foreign Minister Jeremy Hunt
If you’re not an American in Israel covered by FATCA, the Common Reporting Standard system is what will enforce tax law and prevent you from hiding assets abroad
Anti-German dogwhistling has plagued the pro-Brexit camp since pre-referendum billboards enjoined Brits to 'Halt Ze German Advance.' As the Brexit chaos intensifies, that populist jingoism is becoming increasingly shrill
Neil Wigan will take his diplomatic post in June, replacing David Quarrey
In 2018, more than 21,000 Iranians left the country to seek asylum in Europe, Turkey, the United States, Canada and Australia
The future of the U.K.'s March 29 exit from the EU is deeply uncertain as parliament is likely to vote down May's deal, opening up outcomes ranging from a disorderly divorce to reversing Brexit altogether
Report says anti-Semitic Google searches spiked on Holocaust Remembrance Day, after Israel won Eurovision Contest, and after Jeremy Corbyn met with Jewish leaders
The Centre for Islamic Understanding in Golders Green reportedly abandoned plan to honor Muslims who saved Jews during the Holocaust after some protesters marked the event’s links with Yad Vashem
Opinion Mohamed Salah, Don't Boycott Israeli Arabs. We're the Only Reason Palestine Wasn't Lost Completely
An open letter to the Egyptian soccer player from a Palestinian citizen of Israel
Britain-based HSBC informed campaigners it has completely liquidated its holdings in Elbit Systems, which 'sells weapons to the Israeli military used in attacks on Palestinians'
London's Gatwick Airport reopened, but authorities say delays are still likely after 36-hour closure affecting some 120,000 passengers
Three decades later, the investigation into the Pan Am bombing continues, with British prosecutors pledging to track down accomplices of sole man indicted for the attack, Libyan intelligence officer Abdelbaset Al-Megrahi
Worries about split from Europe compounded by growing prospect of Corbyn-led government if Tories fall
As a result of Brexit and the pound's drop, many developers have stopped building new projects, forcing them to sell under pressure
Nearly 10,000 children, almost all of them Jewish, were sent to Britain on the Kindertransport from Nazi Germany, including Austria and parts of Czechoslovakia annexed to Germany
Mohammed Yasin was suspended after The Sunday Times gave Labour a dossier detailing his social media activity
'Any kind of race-related or religious hatred is abhorrent to this club and the overwhelming majority of our fans,' says club spokesman
117 of her lawmakers said she's no longer the right leader to implement Brexit
May, who is boxed in on her options for Brexit, had her room for manoeuvre further diminished when she was briefly locked in her car in front of German leader Angela Merkel on Tuesday
A costly British exit from the European Union without a negotiated deal is increasingly likely, France's European affairs minister said on Monday
Sacha Baron Cohen, Posing as Israeli Anti-terror Expert, Gets U.S. Lawmakers to Endorse 'Kinderguardians'
The scheme includes a fake instructional video featuring children’s songs and 'gunimals' - weapons adorned with soft toys - that would purportedly help kids confront school shootings
Labour Party leader said the holiday celebrates sharing, adding: 'Jewish communities, often drawing on their own experiences of persecution, have supported refugees'
The nurse from an Isle of Man family would undergo both Reform and Orthodox conversions, but the Old Lion’s wife Paula never considered her a real Jew
The Guardian reports that the Labour prime minister who governed the U.K. in the late 40s sponsored a Jewish child who was fleeing Germany in 1939
General Allenby is forgotten in Britain, but the budding metropolis named its first wide street after him. The street, then the bustling hub of the city, is now dotted with strip clubs and other lowbrow venues
As part of National Mitzvah Day, hundreds of volunteers participated in a chicken soup cook-a-thon for homeless shelters and others in need
Leslie Brent and Lord Alf Dubs among those urging government to take in more migrant children, like the 10,000 mainly young Jews who were saved from Nazi Germany between 1938 and 1940
U.K. Labour Politician Faces Disciplinary Charges After Questioning Jewish Community’s Need for Security
Jenny Rathbone, a lawmaker in the regional National Assembly for Wales, said last year about the Jewish community's need for security: 'How much of it is for real and how much of it is in their own heads is really hard for an outsider to judge'
Complainant says dossier handed over to police includes evidence of anti-Semitic hate crimes
'You have to remember that Nazis were National Socialists, a strain of socialism, so let's not pretend'