With a general election in the United Kingdom on June 8 and British Jewish citizens fleeing Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party, Europe is increasingly calling for more action against anti-Semitism. Only 13 per cent of British Jews will vote for Labour in the election, one poll suggested. After repeated anti-Semitic controversy within the Labour Party, Jewish communities in England and across Europe were shocked when the party did not expel former London mayor Ken Livingstone in April after he implied Hitler supported Zionism.
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