After defeating the scandal-plagued Labour party in December elections, Boris Johnson took a strong stand against anti-Semitism during recent comments before Parliament.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson recently stood up in front of the British legislature and vowed to “stamp out the resurgence of anti-Semitism.”
Johnson made the comments as International Holocaust Remembrance Day approaches, adding, “As someone who’s now 55-years-old I find it absolutely incredible that in the 21st century we have anti-Semitism rising again in this country.”
“It is a disgrace and we must stamp it out,” he added.
MP Andrew Percy asks the PM during #PMQs of the government’s commitment to stamp out antisemitism:
“I am now 55 years old and I find it absolutely incredible that in the 21st century we have antisemitism rising again in this country and we must stamp it out”-@BorisJohnson pic.twitter.com/faSjLi1p0z
— SussexFriendsofIsrael (@SussexFriends) January 15, 2020
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