Human rights campaigners to challenge BDS restrictions. Read more about UK facing court battle over right to BDS
Public bodies boycotting Israel could be fined. Read more about UK threatens to fine town halls that boycott Israel
Retired British army Colonel Richard Kemp tells Israeli conference that “democratic armies” should have a freer hand when it comes to “collateral damage” – civilian casualties. Read more about Allow Israel to kill more civilians, says British colonel
The vote ensures that Israeli products will remain off the shelves at student union shops and means the student union should now step up its BDS campaigning Read more about Sussex students join UK's wave of Israel boycotts
New book debunks decades of myths about 1967 occupation. Read more about Did Israel develop the doctrine behind Iraq invasion?
The biggest food distributor in Ireland announced last week it had withdrawn Israeli products from its shops. Meanwhile, other major European retailers appear to have quietly taken similar decisions. Read more about Ireland’s biggest food retailer drops Israeli produce as European boycotts surge
Solidarity activists in London occupied a UK government building yesterday to demand an immediate end to arms sales to Israel. Read more about Activists occupy UK government building, demanding arms embargo on Israel
Public sector union Unison says it’s pleased Moty Cristal has dropped his case against them and against the UK’s National Health Service. Read more about Lawfare in retreat as Israeli colonel drops case against union
Pro-Israel groups are using court venues around the world in an attempt to stilfe the Palestinian-led boycott campaign, but are having surprisingly mixed results. Read more about Israel's incompetent global campaign of "lawfare"
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