United Kingdom

Teen charged for antisemitic incident at UK train station

A 17-year-old was charged in connection with an antisemitic verbal attack on a Jewish man at a London train station earlier this month.

British neo-Nazi sentenced to 7 years on 12 counts of terrorism

A 24-year-old neo-Nazi from Bath, England, was sentenced to seven years in prison, a being convicted of 15 offenses, 12 of which were terror-related.

UK antisemitism rose to record levels during Israel-Gaza war

A new research briefing from CST reveals the true extent of the unprecedented wave of antisemitism in the United Kingdom during and after the recent conflict in Israel and Gaza.

UK minister asks social media giants to adopt IHRA antisemitism definition

UK Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Oliver Dowden has requested that the five major social media companies and platforms operating in the country adopt and implement the IHRA working definition of antisemitism.

Church of England to apologise to UK Jews 800 years after laws that led to their expulsion

The Church of England is planning a formal “act of repentance” for next year, the 800th anniversary of the Synod of Oxford, a set of laws that restricted Jews’ rights to engage with Christians in England.

UK bans fifth neo-Nazi group under terror laws

An American neo-Nazi group which is led from Russia is to be banned as a terrorist organisation, the UK's Home Secretary has said.

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