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Britain should follow Germany’s lead in weeding out anti-Semites

2 April 2024

7:02 PM

2 April 2024

7:02 PM

On the surface of it, Germany’s new pathway to citizenship sounds like a rare dose of sense from the one country in the Western world whose modern history means it still understands why Israel has a right to exist.

One surefire short-hand for establishing who means us ill is by singling out those who mean our Jews ill

The shake-up makes it easier to get German citizenship, allowing people to apply five rather than eight years after they arrive in the country – and just three years for those with good language skills.

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