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Many Jews in Britain to leave the country because of an increase in anti-Semitism hate crimes. Anti-Semitism hostility towards or discrimination against Jews. It is a hate crime. A recent increase in anti-Semitism has one third of Jewish people in Britain to overseas. New research that only 59 per cent of British Jews feel welcome in the UK, which is their home. More than 10,000 British Jews were in the large-scale study. Around 40 per cent of Britain's Jews said they afraid and hid their religion in public. The research is from the Campaign Against Anti-Semitism (CAA). It there has a 45 per cent surge in anti-Semitic crime since 2014.

The study that more than three-quarters that Britain's largest left-wing political party, the Labour Party, has anti-Semitism. People said its negative opinions on Israel bad feeling towards Jews. They also said its leader to crack down on anti-Semitism within the party. Another reason was the fact that very few anti-Semitic hate crimes to court. Fewer than 24 such crimes to court each year. The CAA warned that: "Without urgent change, British Jews may to leave, as has happened elsewhere in Europe." The UK government said: "There can never an excuse for hatred towards the Jewish community, and wherever we find it, we shall oppose and it."

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