Published: 19:00, 08 March 2018
There are calls for more to be done to protect sites of Jewish faith after a rise in hate crime.
A leading member of Kent's Jewish community has praised Home Secretary Amber Rudd's pledge to support her people, but says there is still work to do.
Dalia Halpern-Matthews from the Chatham Memorial Synagogue was responding to the MP's promise of more than £13.4 million towards security at Jewish sites.
WATCH: Call for more protection for Jewish sites
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