Labour has been grappling with allegations that anti-Semitism was allowed to fester under Corbyn, a long-time supporter of Palestinians and a critic of Israel, who led the party for almost five years from 2015
Sacha Baron Cohen on his Borat sequel: The aim is to make people laugh, but also reveal perils of authoritarianism
Sacha Baron Cohen was determined to get the new Borat on a streaming service before Election Day because “we wanted it to be a reminder to women of who they’re voting for — or who they’re not voting for. If you’re a woman and you don’t vote against this guy, then know what you’re doing for your gender.”
Nick Cannon apologises for 'hurtful and divisive' anti-Semitic comments hours after ViacomCBS cut ties
ViacomCBS cited Nick Cannon's lack of contrition as part of its reason for terminating their working relationship with him
ViacomCBS said an episode of Nick Cannon's podcast 'promoted hateful speech and spread anti-Semitic conspiracy theories'
Mel Gibson refutes Winona Ryder's allegations of him being homophobic, anti-semitic as '100 percent untrue'
Winona Ryder accused Mel Gibson of making anti-Semitic and homophobic comments in a recent interview
British election campaign trail sees parties make one misstep after another; Labour's anti-Semitism allegations resurface
Nobody expected Britain’s General Election to follow a smooth script, and by the end of a second hectic day of campaigning both of the country’s major parties had suffered a series of unexpected bumps and blows. On Thursday, it was the Opposition Labour Party’s turn
Premier League: Increase in racist incidents in England from grassroots to top-flight football, claims Campaign group Kick it Out
Incidents of racism made up the bulk of incidents of discrimination with anti-Semitism and Islamophobia incidents also showing up in English football
New York Times to stop publishing political cartoons after Benjamin Netanyahu caricature causes anti-Semitism row
The New York Times has announced it will no longer include daily political cartoons in its international edition, weeks after apologising for publishing a caricature of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
California synagogue shooting: Donald Trump calls for ‘all-out’ fight against anti-Semitism at White House prayer service
US president Donald Trump called on Thursday for an all-out fight against anti-Semitism as he hosted a rabbi shot in a deadly weekend gun rampage at a California synagogue.
Ilham Omar's Israel remark thrusts Democrats into uncomfortable debate ahead of House measure condemning anti-Semitism
Democrat leaders in the US are in a bind, torn between a need to admonish Omar for her anti-Israel comments and their desire to defend one of the first Muslim women elected to Congress
Seven Labour MPs resign from party citing leader Jeremy Corbyn's 'betrayal' on Brexit, failure to tackle anti-Semitism
Their move underlines the increasing frustration within Labour over Jeremy Corbyn’s reluctance to change his Brexit strategy - the leftist leader and long-time critic of the EU has stuck to his preference for a new election or his plan to leave the bloc
Donald Trump calls Congresswoman Ilhan Omar's apology for Israel remark 'lame', says she should resign from House
Donald Trump said that Ilhan Omar's apology was "lame and she didn't mean a word of it." He added that she should "either resign from Congress or she should certainly resign from the House Foreign Affairs Committee."
First Somalian-American lawmaker Illhan Abdullahi Omar apologises for remarks that triggered anti-Semitism row
Illhan Abdullahi Omar, a Democrat who was elected to the House of Representatives in November 2018, in a tweet on Sunday questioned the financial relationship between the powerful American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) and members of the Congress
British media reported some Chelsea supporters chanted offensive songs about Tottenham Hotspur fans early in their 2-2 draw in Hungary.
Letter shows fearful Albert Einstein long before Nazis' rise: 'Here are brewing economically and politically dark times...'
More than a decade before the Nazis seized power in Germany, Albert Einstein was on the run and already fearful for his country's future, according to a newly revealed handwritten letter.
Canada apologises for turning away Jewish refugee ship fleeing Nazi Germany in 1939, before start of World War II
On 15 May, 1939 the ocean liner MS St. Louis departed Germany and crossed the Atlantic with 907 German Jews aboard, desperate for refuge from persecution.
'President Hate, leave our state': 1,500 people march to protest Donald Trump's visit to Pittsburgh synagogue
Trump flew into Pittsburgh with wife Melania to pay his respects at the Tree of Life synagogue, but many in the largely Democratic city say his rhetoric and vitriolic tweets have fanned white supremacy and are fueling a spike in anti-Semitism across the United States.
Synagogue massacre suspect appears in court, faces death penalty; Donald Trump to visit Pittsburgh to pay condolences
Shackled to a wheelchair, the man accused of shooting 11 worshippers to death at a Pittsburgh synagogue made a stony-faced and largely silent appearance on Monday in a federal courtroom, where he was ordered held without bond for the deadliest attack ever on America's Jewish community.
Suspect in Pittsburgh synagogue shooting made anti-Jew remarks on far-right social media platform before attack
The man arrested in the mass shooting Saturday at a Pittsburgh synagogue appears to have made virulently anti-Semitic posts on a social media platform popular with far-right extremists, including one made shortly before the attack.
Daily Bulletin: Modi arrives in Japan; 11 killed in Pittsburgh shooting; India to face Pakistan in Asian Champions trophy; day's top stories
Today's top stories: Narendra Modi arrives in Japan; 11 dead after synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh; Defending champions India to play Pakistan in the final for the Asian Champions Trophy, and more.