Theresa May has said that greater efforts must be made to combat anti-Semitism and "without its Jews, Britain would not be Britain".

The Home Secretary asserted that the country would not be the same without people of different faiths, while she was speaking at an event in London to commemorate the victims of the Paris attacks.

Mrs May praised the contribution Jewish people make to the UK and said that the unity displayed in the French capital and around the world, with people repeating "Je suis Charlie" was "tremendous".

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