Candidates for British PM are generally regarded as being pro-Israel and have good relationships with the Jewish community, but it's hard to imagine one as engaged as David Cameron.
Turkey, a conduit of weapons and fighters to Syria, is still the weakest link in the crucial cooperation needed to fight ISIS.
With pro-Europe Conservatives shell-shocked by Thursday’s referendum defeat and subsequent resignation of David Cameron, nine members of the Labour Party’s shadow cabinet have quit and called on leader Jeremy Corbyn to go.
Anti-Semites and racists following in the wake of Corbyn and Trump have much in common. But are we overly worried by online hate-trolls?
The victory of the 'leave' campaign to exit the EU reflected millions of Britons’ resentment, estrangement, jealousy and anger with the existing order.
High support among Jews for the remain camp reflects latent fears of far-right extremism in Europe that will be boosted if Britain does vote to leave the EU. However, on the part of the Jewish 'establishment' there has been a reluctance to take sides openly.
At the betting shops, a wager on 'Leave' will get you much better odds, but many voters in Luton don't seem convinced they will cash out either way.
David Cameron tells Jewish community event in London that 'Brexit' would leave U.K. powerless to fight for its Israeli ally.
Could – or should – the assassination of MP Jo Cox serve one side or the other in Britain’s bitter and divisive referendum campaign?
The campaign over the 'Brexit' referendum has been a divisive period for Britain, but who would have expected it to lead to a political assassination?