British Jewish families wanted to go back to Germany amid Brexit: Report

4 July 2016

”The German embassy in London, one of the foreign legations, has been receiving increasing numbers of requests for information on citizenship from refugees’ descendants who are dwelling in Britain, including those Jewish people whose families escaped the Nazis.

Most Jewish refugees in Britain from Nazi Germany moved to the UK just before and after the war and although, the community has assimilated into British society, there are some who now feel deep trepidation about the future.

“What has happened is going to be bad for manufacturing and financial services, I can’t frankly see any signs for optimism. Quite a few firms, certainly in financial services, will be moving a lot of their operations out to the EU,” said Rachel Houseman, who lives in north-west London and works in investment banking.”

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