Jeremy Corbyn has compared Donald Trump to far-right politicians in Europe in a message condemning racism.
The Labour leader's message was addressed to the Stand Up to Racism annual conference on Saturday (October 21) and read out by his long-time friend and colleague Diane Abbott.
The letter also referenced Ukip and said both anti-semitism and islamophobia must be opposed.
Corbyn said: "I want to send a message of solidarity and support to all those resisting racism and standing against islamophobia and anti-semitism. It is more urgent than ever to oppose attempts to spread hatred and sow division.
"Whether it's Donald Trump in the United States, Ukip in Britain or the rise of the far-right across Europe, we cannot allow the politics of hate to prevail."
Corbyn has been a long-standing opponent of Trump, and even opposed his state visit to Britain following his ascension to the US Presidency in January.
You can watch Abbott read the message below: