Category Archives: International relations

Good News Friday

I have a crazy, very difficult week this week (family illness again) but I still want to post a Good News Friday installment, if only for the sake of my sanity. It’s going to be a bit of a mix … Continue reading

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Good news to start the week

I promised you a Good News post after Shabbat, and I try to keep my promises. Since we started the mourning period of nine days leading up to Tisha B’Av I didn’t want to post anything too frivolous, but the … Continue reading

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Good News Friday

We’ve had another difficult week in the family (someone in hospital, but hopefully coming home in a couple of days), but davka because of that I feel the need to post a Good News Friday installment. This week’s installment is … Continue reading

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Boris Johnson is Britain’s new PM

Theresa May officially stepped down yesterday as Britain’s Prime Minister and Boris Johnson took over. Theresa May’s final PMQ’s session in Parliament included this great dig at Jeremy Corbyn, which was supported by Ian Austin, a former Labour MP! 2. … Continue reading

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Good News Friday

Another week has rushed by and it’s time for another Good News Friday installment. This week we’re going for an international flavour. My first item simply highlights the incredible distance Israel has travelled in a mere 71 years, and demonstrates … Continue reading

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The state of Britain today – good for the Jews?

For months now Britain has been roiling in its Brexit woes. Theresa May resigned (or was she pushed?) and the race is now on to choose a new Prime Minister. The internal voting amongst Tory MPs is now over and … Continue reading

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