Tanya Gold Tanya Gold

The rich complexity of Britain’s Jewish population

There is no single community, Harry Freedman stresses, but a multitude of voices ranging from the liberal to the ultra-orthodox

The gifted rabbi Louis Jacobs, who was denied the leadership of Jews’ College in the 1960s for ‘his published views’. [Alamy]

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