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>> Clamping down on hate crime, Britain adopting a international definition of anti-Semitism. It's one of the first countries to do so, and comes after a rise in incidents targeting Jews. Home to the world's fifth largest Jewish population, the issue's been rising up the political agenda in Britain. The definition's been formulated by the the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance, and will establish exactly what anti-Semitic language or behavior is.
Prime Minister Theresa May, expected to give a speech outlining the move. Politicians have warned about rising levels of hate crimes in the wake of the Brexit vote. But it's tricky to establish the exact reason behind any increase, and whether better relations between police and minorities have led to more crimes being reported.