In 2018, Jewish people, organisations or property were targeted at a rate of more than four times a day, research finds.
The number of incidents is the highest since data began to be recorded in 1984
A record number of antisemitic hate incidents were reported in the UK last year, according to a charity.
Antisemitic incidents rose by 16% compared to 2017, with 1,652 reports recorded by the Community Security Trust.
In 2018, Jewish people, organisations or property were targeted at a rate of more than four times a day, the research found.
The number of incidents in 2018 is the highest since the Community Security Trust began recording data in 1984.
For the first time, the charity recorded more than 100 antisemitic incidents every month of a calendar year.
The Community Security Trust defines an antisemitic incident as any malicious act aimed at Jewish people, organisations or property, which shows evidence of antisemitic motivation, language or targeting.