Opinion: Bieber’s bit for Holocaust awareness
It’s been a busy few weeks for Justin Bieber. His pet monkey was quarantined in Germany, he attacked a photographer, got kicked out of a Paris hotel and rolled up two hours late for his opening night at the London O2, leaving thousands of “Beliebers” to stagger home at midnight on a school night. All… Continue reading
Opinion: If it’s not one thing, it’s a mother!
Forget the old saying, “Two Jews, three opinions.” Anyone paying the slightest attention to the angst, even anger, that greeted the arrival of Channel 4’s Apprentice-style competition Jewish Mum of the Year would be forgiven for thinking my people had finally – after 3,000 years – managed to speak with one voice: Jewish Mum of the Year was bad for the… Continue reading
Opinion: Admired and reviled, Britain’s first superwoman
The past 72 hours have highlighted how bitterly Britain’s longest-serving premier of modern times divided opinion. Margaret Thatcher boosted free markets, slashed big government, saved the Falkland Islands, helped end the cold war and enhanced Britain’s flagging international reputation. She also caused strikes and riots, championed the spiteful poll tax, created an unemployment queue three… Continue reading
Newspaper editor and publisher with 30-years’ experience at national and local titles in the UK and USA including the Daily Mail, Daily Mirror and Jewish Advocate. Editor of Jewish News (Free Weekly Newspaper of the Year 2021/22) since 2009. Columnist for The Times, Daily Telegraph, New Statesman, Independent and others.