A Jewish MP has spoken out about her own personal experience of anti-Semitism, as figures show record levels of hate crime against Jews in 2014.
Luciana Berger, who represents the Liverpool Wavetree constituency, received thousands of anti-Semitic messages during a three-day campaign of abuse on social networking site Twitter.
She told ITV News the messages continue to this day - and said it was "incredibly difficult" to cope with the barrage of abuse.
She said the messages have come from neo-Nazi sympathisers from around the world.
Among those behind the messages was 21-year-old Garron Helm, from Litherland, near Liverpool, who was sentenced to four weeks in prison for his message to the MP.
He sent her a picture of herself, with a Holocaust-style yellow star edited onto her forehead, accompanied by the words: "Hitler was right".
A list of incidents released by a Jewish charity reveals some of the 1,168 anti-Semitic abuse recorded in the UK last year.
Attacks on Jewish people or their property in Britain have soared to record levels since the conflict in Gaza and Israel, figures show.