Cheers won’t quell the fears

It's now a cinematic cliché. You know the scene: high-society types are quaffing champagne or dancing the foxtrot, while outside a revolution is brewing. Those on the inside remain in a cosy bubble of complacency, unaware of the storm about to hit them.

Published by: The Jewish Chronicle

Safe house

Bread rolls are abundant and thin soup is never on the menu. Just some of the things you need to think about when you run a centre for Holocaust survivors. Jonathan Freedland pays a visit

Published by: The Guardian

Who is David Cameron?

To his supporters, he is bold and charming. To his detractors, he is lazy and reckless. But after his first year in office, do we have any idea who the prime minister is?

Published by: The Guardian