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A new Human Rights Watch report says freedom of religion is under threat under Prime Minister Viktor Orban.
An exhibition touring British schools aims to combat anti-Semitism and set the record straight on Muslims who helped Jews survive during the Holocaust.
The issue of equal prayer rights at Judaism's holiest site cuts across a fault line in modern Jewry: the relationship between the global Jewish community and the Jewish state of Israel.
The Iron Lady rejected anti-Semitism within UK politics and opened the door for Jewish leaders.
Celebrating one of Judaism's most important holidays with the lingering sense that anti-Jewish hate is never far from a resurgence.
The 'C of E' — now led by Justin Welby — is pushing against the Conservative government's approach to the poor.
A Jewish novelist tries to get at the historical truth of the life of Jesus.
A new secular space in London offers a place to discuss and untangle knotty issues around rights for Muslims and terrorism.
Syria's civil war is ratcheting up Sunni/Shia conflict across the region, which runs through a complex set of geo-strategic rivalries.
An anxious middle class in the United Kingdom shares many of the same worries that keep the middle class in America up at night.
David Cameron is being forced to promise Britons a choice about remaining in the EU. The outcome is anyone’s guess.
Beloved and bedraggled, Londoners celebrate the system they love to hate.
Ex-reporters are running British politics. Do they have the right skill-set to save the economy?
Austerity may be the new normal, but it may kill the ruling coalition.
What Britons' willingness to accept budget cuts says about society.
Commission on phone-hacking scandal calls for press regulation. What happens now is anyone’s guess.
A majority of Britons want out of the EU. Illogical? Logic doesn't count for much in a global economic crisis.
Can former oil executive Justin Welby's background in business help the Anglican Communion solve its differences over gay marriage and women bishops?
The single currency’s collapse was widely predicted a year ago. But it’s still here — and Greece is still a member. Understanding why requires taking a longer view.
Legal challenges to both countries' aggressive drone policy are applying some pressure.