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The leader of the Labour Party Jeremy Corbyn  is a perfect example of left-wing hatred and anti-Semitism. And the UK Jews were not mistaken, unlike the American Jews.

Jewish voters fear the consequences of the hard-left Antisemitic opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn moving into Downing Street.

  • According to a poll published last week, just seven percent of British Jews said they would even consider supporting the Labour Party.
  • In September 2018, nearly 40 per cent of British Jews said they would ‘seriously consider’ emigrating if Corbyn became PM.
  • British Jews between 35-54 were most concerned about the prospect of a Labour government under Mr Corbyn with over half saying emigration is a serious consideration.
  • And amongst Jewish women, fear of the impact of Mr Corbyn becoming PM is so great that over 44 per cent said they would give serious thought to leaving the country.

The former Chief Rabbi Lord Sacks was quoted saying that the Labour leader is contributing to Jews openly questioning whether Britain is still a safe place to raise their children.

UK Jews, who have generally mixed opinions on Brexit (they voted two-to-one to Remain), said overwhelming that they would prefer a no deal Brexit over the prospect of Jeremy Corbyn becoming Prime Minister. 78 per cent of them prefer any Brexit over Corbyn, new poll has confirmed.

Wes Streeting, Labour MP for Ilford North, told the Jewish Chronicle:

“I’m afraid this poll reflects what I hear on the doorstep in my own community. Given our very public failure to tackle antisemitism within our ranks, who can blame them?”

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