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UK universities urged to tackle rising tide of antisemitism on campus
Academics and student representatives voice concern at widespread incidents that are fuelling anxiety among Jewish students
By Sally Weale

“In the 1920s and 1930s discrimination against Jews started in German, Austrian and Polish universities, long before the second world war,” Lady Deech said. “Attacks on Jewish students in universities today should be seen as the canary in the coalmine. It starts there and it spreads.”