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Britain must stand up for its Jews

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In his speech to parliament on Tuesday, King Charles declared that Britain was ‘committed’ to tackling anti-Semitism. His remarks were made amid a surge in acts of such bigotry on British streets, the majority occurring in London.  

On Wednesday, the Metropolitan Police announced that they had arrested 98 people on suspicion of anti-Semitic hate crimes since Hamas’s slaughter of more than 1,000 Israeli civilians on 7 October.

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Gavin Mortimer
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Gavin Mortimer
Gavin Mortimer is a British author who has lived in Paris for 12 years. He writes about French politics, terrorism and sport.

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