What religion does Martin Lewis follow? | The Sun

MARTIN Lewis is the Money Saving Expert, who is known for his top tips when it comes to saving us cash.

As his fame has grown, his fans have often wondered more about his life, including which religion he follows.

What religion does Martin Lewis follow?

Martin Lewis was born and raised Jewish.

He grew up in the village of Norley, near Delamere Forest in rural Cheshire, and attended The King's School, an independent secondary school in Chester.

His father was the headmaster of Delamere Forest School, a Jewish school for students with special educational needs.

Martin's mother tragically passed away in a horse riding accident when he was just 11-years-old.

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What has Martin said about being Jewish?

Martin has talked about what it was like to grow in the 80s as Jewish.

He told BBC’s Nick Robinson's Political Thinking podcast that he was nicknamed “Jewy Lewy” at school.

This cruel nickname was also shortened to “Jew”, and said that it didn’t bother him at the time because “this was the 1980s”.

Speaking to host Nick he discussed his upbringing, his values, and the antisemitism that he has experienced both online and in person.

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Martin explained how he has received antisemitic comments due to being Jewish and a consumer money saving expert, a combination that often elicited references to the antisemitic trope that Jewish people are good with money.

Speaking about the cruel nickname, he said: “I didn’t see it as pejorative. I didn’t see it as antisemitic.

"I don’t think there was – I look back at it and think it was, but I don’t think it was deliberately or prescriptively.

"That was just how people did things in those days.”

Martin also shared his experience of antisemitism as an adult: “I have had over my career, and I remember a well-known broadcaster making a couple of really inappropriate gags, which I then never did that programme again afterwards.

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“I didn’t call them out. This is, again, this is early on in my career.

"I don’t think anyone would be stupid enough to try it now, but I get on social media sometimes, ‘ah, no wonder you’re so good with money, you’re Jewish’. And I call back and say, ‘You do realise that’s antisemitism.’

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