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

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

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