Universities in the UK must do more to stamp out campus anti-Semitism, says a government minister.
In a letter to vice-chancellors, universities minister Chris Skidmore said it was “unjust” that some Jewish groups had been asked to pay up to £2,000 for their own event security.
He urged universities to adopt the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance definition of anti-Semitism.
The move comes amid ongoing concern about university free speech.
Mr Skidmore met Jewish students on Thursday to hear their concerns and experiences of campus anti-Semitism.
He said that expecting Jewish groups to fund their own security when they invite speakers on to