Board of Deputies condemns Labour MP’s plan to host representative of antisemitic group in Parliament
Board of Deputies Vice President Amanda Bowman has reacted to news that Labour MP Lloyd Russell-Moyle will be hosting a representative of an antisemitic Yemenite military group in Parliament.
Board of Deputies President expresses ‘deep concern’ about reporting in Patel case in letter to BBC Head of News
Board of Deputies President has sent a letter of complaint to Head of BBC News Fran Unsworth expressing deep concern over the corporation’s reporting of the antisemitic social media postings of Abdullah Patel, who was allowed to ask a question in the Conservative Party leadership debate.
Board of Deputies expresses deep concern at Iran’s intention to breach nuclear agreement
Sheila Gewolb, Senior Vice President of the Board of Deputies of British Jews, has expressed concern about Iran’s intention to breach the nuclear agreement.
Board of Deputies applauds Church in Wales over adoption of antisemitism definition
Board of Deputies President Marie van der Zyl has applauded the Church in Wales for their adoption of the international definition of antisemitism.
Joint statement on election of Lisa Forbes in Peterborough by election
The Board of Deputies of British Jews, the Jewish Leadership Council and the Community Security Trust have issued a joint statement following the election of Lisa Forbes as MP for Peterborough.
Board of Deputies welcomes YouTube decision to ban Holocaust denial
Board of Deputies Vice President Amanda Bowman has welcomed the decision of YouTube to ban Holocaust denial from its platform.
Jewish community organisations send open letter to Labour calling for expulsion of Peter Willsman
Jewish community organisations have sent a jointly signed letter to Labour General Secretary Jennie Formby calling for the immediate expulsion of Labour NEC member Peter Willsman from the Party.
Board of Deputies welcomes EHRC investigation into Labour antisemitism
Board of Deputies President Marie van der Zyl has reacted to the decision of the Equalities and Human Rights Commission to launch an a formal investigation to determine whether the Labour Party has unlawfully discriminated against, harassed or victimised people because they are Jewish.