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!

An unprecedented front page, the return of Doctor Legg to Eastenders and a lucky escape for worshippers from a falling boulder at the Kotel are among this week's top stories...

United We Stand
United We Stand

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 an unprecedented front page, our exclusive poll which revealed a third of Labour voters feel Jeremy Corbyn is letting down party on anti-Semitism, the return of Doctor Legg to Eastenders and a lucky escape for worshippers at the Kotel after a boulder falls on prayer platform…

1) Voice Of The Jewish News: United We Stand – This week, the UK’s leading Jewish papers – Jewish News, Jewish Chronicle and Jewish Telegraph – carry the same front page on the community’s anger over Labour’s anti-Semitism row

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2) EXCLUSIVE: Third of Labour voters say Corbyn letting down party on anti-Semitism – Jewish News-ComRes poll of 2,036 adults also finds 31 percent of adults back Dame Margaret Hodge’s comments on Labour leader

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3) Maurice Kaye, Britain’s longest married man, dies aged 106 – Bournemouth resident married to Helen Kaye, 105, for 84 years, leaving two surviving children, seven grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren

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4) Communities donate 200,000 buttons for Holocaust memorial Communities in Bushey, Watford and Elstree and Hertsmere Jewish Primary School, Radlett, were collecting for B’s Buttons

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5) EastEnders: Jewish actor Leonard Fenton to return as Dr Legg – Fenton, 92, who is himself Jewish, appeared in the very first episode of the BBC One soap more than 30 years ago and left in 1999

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6) Large stone dislodged from Kotel crashes onto egalitarian prayer section Boulder falls onto platform designated for mixed prayer, hours after the area was filled with worshippers for the Fast of Tisha B’Av

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7) Reform ‘sincerely apologises’ for ‘hurt caused’ in removing Israel tour leader – Progressive movement says sorry for the ‘enormous hurt’ it caused for agreeing to drop Nina Morris-Evans from its RSY-Netzer tour

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