As the world pays tribute to the six million Jews murdered during the Holocaust, Prime Minister David Cameron has urged Britain to stand together to stamp out prejudice and anti-Semitism.

While survivors of the Auschwitz Nazi death camp marked the 70th anniversary of its liberation in Poland, political leaders, the Prince of Wales, prominent Jews and cast of stars of stage and screen gathered in London amid tight security.
Mr Cameron told those in attendance that modern Britain must ‘not allow any excuses for anti-Semitism’ as he unveiled plans for a national memorial to the victims of the Holocaust.

Source: Daily Mail