Officers rapped for warning activist to stay away from demonstration. Read more about Scottish police must not meddle in Palestine protests, watchdog rules
Scottish Palestine Solidarity Campaign
Officials from the Israeli embassy in London were sent to a conference at the University of Bath to gather information on writers and activists, say organizers. Read more about Israeli embassy monitored activists at UK conference
High-profile artists protest against involvement of Israeli theater company in major festival. Read more about Israeli play expelled from Edinburgh venue as Scots protest against Gaza attack
Protests across 30 UK towns and cities condemn Sainsbury’s over its links to Israeli fresh produce exporters Mehadrin and Edom that operate in illegal Israeli settlements. Read more about Sainsbury’s supermarket pressured over Israeli land-grab firms
“Ambassadors” appointed by Norway’s trade unions travel to Palestine, then urge a boycott of Israel when they return home. Read more about Make sure Palestine stays on agenda, says Norwegian labor activist
Large numbers of international activists plan to Tel Aviv as part of the Welcome to Palestine 2012 initiative to assert the right of Palestinians in the occupied West Bank to receive visitors. Read more about Interview: "Everyone can help Welcome to Palestine 2012"
The British prime minister has stepped down from his position as honorary patron of the Jewish National Fund (JNF). The move comes as pressure on the JNF steps up in Britain, and is being hailed by activists as a big victory in the boycott, divestment and sanctions campaign. Read more about British prime minister steps down as JNF patron