Reports of anti-Semitic attacks 'double in UK'
The number of anti-Semitic incidents reported in the UK last year doubled.
Some of them have been blamed on a rise in extremist sentiment, fed by groups such as Islamic State.
Last week, the government promised £10m for extra security at Jewish schools, synagogues and community buildings.
It follows attacks in Paris and Copenhagen earlier this year.
Caroline Wyatt reports.
23 Mar 2015