Cahal Milmo

Cahal Milmo is the chief reporter of The Independent and has been with the paper since 2000. He was born in London and previously worked at the Press Association news agency. He has reported on assignment at home and abroad, including Rwanda, Sudan and Burkina Faso, the phone hacking scandal and the London Olympics. In his spare time he is a keen runner and cyclist, and keeps an allotment.

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Graves vandalised at a Jewish Cemetery in Aldershot, Hampshire, in 2005

The new anti-Semitism: 'I looked at his shirt and saw 'Kill the Jews' and was truly shocked'

A Salford rabbi says that Britain's Jewish community is no stranger to casual anti-Semitism, which is back on the rise

Golders Green, where Jewish neighbourhood watch patrols were stepped up this week

The new anti-Semitism: Majority of British Jews feel they have no future in UK, says new study

The report coincides with a general rise in antisemitic attacks last year

A demonstrator holds a neo-Nazi flag during a rally last September

The new anti-Semitism: Young British neo-Nazis are on the rise, campaigners warn

Established far-right groups are collapsing due to infighting among extremists

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Paris attacks: Jews 'thinking of leaving' as fears of growing anti-Semitism are exacerbated following atrocities

A gunman's targeting of a kosher store is considered part of a worrying trend
A tribute to Charlie Hebdo carried in French newspaper, L'Equipe

Charlie Hebdo: the presses roll again this week

Bereft staff complete a 'survivors' issue' to go on sale this week
Cherif and Said Kouachi, reportedly 32 and 34

Charlie Hebdo attacks: Cornered and then killed, the last stand of the fugitive brothers

Shortly after 5pm, Cherif and Said Kouachi emerged from the printworks and brandished their weapons

The Magasins Generaux building in the Parisian suburb of Pantin (Getty Images)

Charlie Hebdo attack: Killings prompt only disgust in Paris's deprived northern suburbs

A French-Algerian living in the northern banlieues asks: 'What do these guys think this will do for Muslims in France?'

Journalism students hold a banner reading in French: 'Journalism students : Solidarity' as they raise pens during a gathering at the Place de la Republique in Paris

Charlie Hebdo vigils: Across France, hundreds of thousands gather in a show of defiant solidarity

Cahal Milmo joins Parisians in the Place de la Republique, and finds a mood approaching burning defiance

Buckingham Palace has twice issued denials that Prince Andrew slept with Virginia Roberts

Prince Andrew sex allegations: Documents about Duke of York's support for Jeffrey Epstein 'concealed' by US court

Buckingham Palace has twice issued denials that Prince Andrew slept with Virginia Roberts

The Change4Life campaign will offer parents a ‘sugar challenge’

Swap ice cream for yoghurt to reduce sugar intake, parents urged in new government campaign

Sugar has been identified as a key cause of obesity and associated diseases

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