(Haaretz) – In interviews with thousands of British Jews, almost a third of them said they have considered leaving the United Kingdom over the past two years due to anti-Semitism. The findings are part of a report published Sunday by the Campaign Against Antisemitism watchdog group, which since 2015 conducted interviews with more than 10,000 British Jews together with the YouGov market research company. In interviews conducted in 2016 and 2017 with a combined sample population of 7,156 respondents, 37 percent of them said they have been concealing in public signs that would indicate that they are Jewish.
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Anti-semitic road sign put up in Stamford Hill in London in March 2017.