In case you missed it…seven must-read stories from the past week!
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In case you missed it…seven must-read stories from the past week!

Prince William unveiling a statue of British spy who saved 10,000 Jews, the 102-year-old football mascot and Theresa May at UJIA's annual dinner are among this week's top reads...

MP Ian Austin and Prince William unveil the statue of Frank Foley
MP Ian Austin and Prince William unveil the statue of Frank Foley

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 Prince William unveiling a statue of British spy who saved thousands of Jewish lives, the 102-year-old Jewish football mascot, Theresa May speaking at the UJIA’s annual dinner and how tributes were paid to former MDA leader Eli Benson …

1) Prince William unveils statue of British spy Frank Foley, who saved 10,000 Jews – Duke of Cambridge presents monument of MI6 hero in Midlands town of Stourbridge, to honour his work saving Jews from the Holocaust

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2) Student resigns from NUS ruling body after criticism from UJS – Ayo Olatunji steps down from the National Union of Students ruling body in a move welcomed by its Jewish counterpart

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3) Theresa May: Young Jews should feel pride in being British, Jewish and Zionist – Prime minister takes swipe at Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn without mentioning his name during historic address to UJIA dinner

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4) Tributes to ‘legendary’ former MDA leader Eli Benson – Respects paid to inspirational former charity head who led UK arm of medical emergency service

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5) Manchester City led out by 102-year-old Jewish mascot! – Vera Cohen, together with her 98-year-old sister Olga Halon, walked out with the players ahead of Saturday’s 3-0 Premier League victory over Fulham

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6) Tesco’s new budget store ‘Jack’s’ inspired by Jewish founder – Jack Cohen is behind the name of the supermarket chain’s new outlet, in a bid to rival cut-price competitors such as Aldi and Lidl

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7) Best of London to touch down in Tel Aviv for week-long festival – Capital’s culture to be showcased in Israel coastal city following last year’s inaugural event in Camden exhibiting the best Israeli dance, music and food

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