There were 1,309 reported incidents of anti-Semitic crimes in 2016 – up 36 per cent on the previous year.
With as many as 60 per cent of victims staying silent about their ordeals, the true level of hate crime is even greater.
The scale of recorded anti-Semitic hate crime was revealed in a report by the Community Safety Trust.
David Delew, chief executive of the CST, commented: “Whilst Jewish life in this country remains overwhelmingly positive, this heightened level of anti-Semitism is deeply worrying and it appears to be getting worse.”
Amber Rudd has pledged try and eradicate anti-Semitic hate crime
Criminals who target Jews because of their faith were condemned by Home Secretary Amber Rudd.
“It is vital we ensure the safety and security of our Jewish community and this Government will continue to do all we can to stamp out these vile attacks and encourage those who experience them to come forward.”
Communities Secretary Sajid Javid added: “Anti-Semitism must be understood for what it is – an attack on the identity of people who live, contribute and are valued in our society.
British Jews are encouraged to report any hate crime they may have experienced
“Hatred and bigotry must not be allowed to grow without challenge. That’s why it’s so important that we all tackle the attitudes that fuel prejudice and speak out.
“We can never be complacent and must ensure that Britain remains a safe place for Jewish people.”
Labour Party deputy leader Tom Watson said: “The findings of this report are extremely distressing.
“I don’t want to live in a country where any member of the Jewish community feels unsafe, afraid or discriminated against and it is shocking that the number of anti-Semitic incidents is on the rise in the UK.”
The most common type of hate crime recorded by the CST was verbal abuse of visibly Jewish people in public.
One of several incidents highlighted by the CST involved six girls wearing Jewish school uniform on a bus in January.
Beyonce has taken to twitter to announce that her and Hip Hop Mogul Husband Jay Z are expecting twins, with the caption: “have been blessed two times over”.”We are incredibly grateful that our family will be growing by two,” the pair wrote, and “we thank you for your well wishes”.
Rumours circulated a few years ago that Beyonce wasn’t the biological mother of the couples first child Blue Ivy, and that a surrogate mother was used. The proud 2nd-time-mother-to-be, posted a picture of her wearing a veil and proudly stroking her belly with the caption:
“have been blessed two times over”.”We are incredibly grateful that our family will be growing by two,” the pair wrote, and “we thank you for your well wishes”
The post, signed “The Carters”, has a photo of Beyonce with a baby bump, wearing lingerie and a veil.
But that is not the only thing that the Carters are celebrating this year. The Queen bee has been nominated in nine categories for the 2017 Grammy Awards, extending her lead as the most-nominated woman in Grammys history.
The star, 35, is due to headline the Coachella music festival in southern California in April.
The announcement gave no indication of the babies’ due date.
In 2011, Beyonce revealed her pregnancy to fans during the MTV Awards.
She opened her performance of Love On Top by announcing: “I want you to feel the love that’s growing inside of me.”
During the closing bars of the song, she opened her jacket to reveal her baby bump. The camera then cut to Jay Z, who was being congratulated by Kanye West.
Blue Ivy went on to inspire a song on Beyonce’s self-titled album, and appeared several times in last year’s Lemonade.
There are around 26 million UK premises with the £145.50-a-year licences making up almost 80 per cent of the corporation’s £4.8bn income.
Yet fewer evaders are being caught despite increasing numbers of home visits.
Of 3 million enforcement visits in 2015/16 just 298,000 evaders were caught – a fall of almost 20 per cent in five years.
The National Audit Office estimates the rate of TV licence fee dodging was between 6.2 per cent and 7.2 per cent at the end of 2015/16 meaning the corporation lost between £251 – £291 million.
In a stinging report, the NAO said the BBC’s aim to slash the evasion rate to 3.95 per cent by 2020 is “unlikely to be achieved.”
Every percentage point reduction in the evasion rate is worth around £40.5million in extra income.
Reducing it to below 4 per cent would boost the BBC’s coffers by at least £91million a year.
Amyas Morse, head of the NAO said: “The BBC has made progress against most of its main performance targets for collecting the licence fee, increasing revenue every year since 2010-11, and reducing collection costs by 25 per cent over the same period to £99.6 million.
“It has, however, had less success achieving its aim to reduce licence fee evasion.
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Boris Johnson is under pressure to clarify whether dual-nationality Britons can travel to the US during Donald Trump’s travel ban.
The Foreign Secretary has insisted that Britons with dual citizenship would still be free to travel to the US – even if they were born in one of seven majority Muslim countries on Mr Trump’s blacklist.
Mr Johnson’s clarification followed urgent talks with the US President’s senior adviser and son-in-law Jared Kushner on Sunday to discuss the position of Britons, such as Olympian Sir Mo Farah.
However, advice on the US embassy in the UK website on Monday morning said there would be a 90-day travel ban to the US for those from the seven countries: Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen.
And the notice said this included those with dual nationality.
It warned: “If you are a national, or dual national, of one of these countries (the seven majority Muslim countries), please do not schedule a visa appointment or pay any visa fees at this time.
“If you already have an appointment scheduled, please DO NOT ATTEND your appointment as we will not be able to proceed with your visa interview.”
The Prime Minister’s spokesman said he had not seen the statement on the website.
Former Labour leader Ed Miliband and Conservative MP Nadhim Zahawi, who was born in Iraq, have joined forces to call for an emergency debate in Parliament on the travel ban.
It comes as more than one million people signed an online petitioncalling for Mr Trump’s upcoming state visit to the UK to be blocked.
But Downing Street has insisted Mr Trump’s state visit will go ahead.
Her spokesman said Mrs May was “very happy” to extend the invitation to Mr Trump and added “we look forward to hosting the President later this year”.
Protests over the travel ban have also been planned in the UK for Monday evening. They are scheduled for 6pm in London, Manchester, Bristol, Brighton, Liverpool, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Cardiff and Swansea.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said the ban was “outrageous, illegal and immoral” and that “we should stand up for the values that we believe in”.
He said he would be at the protests if he can but would definitely be sending a member of his team to the London protest.
Welsh First Minister Carwyn Jones has spelled out his opposition to a state visit by Mr Trump with the Prime Minister during talks in Cardiff.
A spokesman for the Welsh Government said: “The First Minister raised serious concerns about how the recent US immigration order was handled by the UK Government, and his belief that a state visit would be difficult in the current circumstance.”