Relive the past week on jewishnews.co.uk with our top-seven must-read stories from the past seven days…

Scroll down to read our pick of this week’s stories, which included the Chief Rabbi leading congratulations to Kate and William, the Board and JLC’s disappointment having meet Jeremy Corbyn face-to-face and Jewish News launches new interfaith awards in conjunction with Church Times and British Muslim TV…

1) Duke and Duchess of Cambridge wished mazeltov on birth of baby boy! – Chief Rabbi leads congratulations to the Royal couple after Kate and William welcome the latest addition to the family

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2) Synagogue collects 200,000 buttons for Holocaust project – Stanmore and Canons Park Synagogue volunteers held a count for B’s Buttons, a project to create a memorial for the 1.5m Jewish children murdered in the Shoah

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3) Board and JLC: Corbyn failed to agree any concrete steps to tackle anti-Semitism – Community leaders bemoan ‘disappointing missed opportunity’ after much anticipated face-to-face meeting with Labour leader

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4) Jewish News launches new interfaith awards –  A nationwide search for those shaping interfaith understanding and cooperation in Britain is launched today by Jewish News, Church Times and British Muslim TV.


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5) Ten Israeli teens confirmed dead in devastating flash flood Israeli rescue service says group of 18-year-olds, including nine women and one man, were ‘caught off guard’ while hiking near the Dead Sea

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6) Giro d’Italia: How Israel’s gearing up to host its biggest ever sporting event – Israel Cycling Academy co-owner Sylvan Adams tells Jewish News of his “immense pride” as country gets set to stage the opening stages of this year’s race

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7) OPINION: The speech Jeremy Corbyn should make, but never will

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