BBUK with LBIA is dismayed by the ruling of the European Court of Justice on Tuesday

Report Jeremy Havardi B’nai B’rith, together with its advocacy arm, the London Bureau, is dismayed by the ruling of the...

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BBUK with LBIA strongly condemns the indiscriminate rocket attacks

Report Jeremy Havardi B’nai B’rith, together with its advocacy arm, The London Bureau, strongly condemns the indiscriminate rocket attacks launched...

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BBUK members attend Breakfast meeting with the Israeli Ambassador

Report by Jeremy Havardi On 5th November, the Israeli Ambassador, HE Mark Regev, gave a talk to BBUK members and...

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Professor Colin Shindler spoke on the historical rise of the Israeli right

Report by Jeremy Havardi On 24th July B’nai B’rith UK’s Bureau of International Affairs, in conjunction with Pinner synagogue, hosted...

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B’nai B’rith’s Bureau of International Affairs is shocked but not surprised

Report by Jeremy Havardi B’nai B’rith’s Bureau of International Affairs is shocked but not surprised by the revelations contained in...

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BBLBIA met with other UK Jewish communal organisations at the US embassy

Report by Jeremy Havardi On 8th July, B’nai B’rith UK’s Bureau of International Affairs met with other UK Jewish communal...

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BBLBIA attend Latvian Embassy annual lecture

Report by Tony Swabe The Latvian Embassy held its annual Isaiah Berlin lecture on 4 July 2019. Tony Swabe attended....

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BBLBIA Newsletter for June 2019

Report by Jeremy Havardi

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The Polish Ambassador H.E. Arkady Rzegocki spoke at a BBLBIA breakfast meeting

Report by Jeremy Havardi On 8th May, the Polish Ambassador H.E. Arkady Rzegocki spoke at a breakfast meeting hosted by...

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BBUK and BBLBIA write an open letter to Lord Prescott

Report by Jeremy Havardi 6 May 2019 Dear Lord Prescott, I am writing this open letter to you following your recent remarks to...

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