What was Theresa May thinking in attacking the US secretary of state John Kerry’s address on the need for a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
State department voices surprise after PM’s spokesman says US secretary of state’s comments on settlements were ‘inappropriate’
Jeremy Corbyn said Prime Minister Theresa May “must make clear to Israeli PM that Britain will stand behind the rights of the Palestinian people”.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday met with his British counterpart Theresa May in London, despite rumours of tension between the two countries
With May as prime minister, Britain is a force for ill in global affairs. Far from defending the downtrodden, her government has courted dictators and oppressors.
The 180-degree turn in the Government's policies on Palestine, which Mrs May started in December last year, was completed this month
It's been nearly 100 years since the document changed the course of history, yet Britain still fails to acknowledge Israel's denial of the Palestinian right to national self-determination - and its own complicity
With the main party conferences now at an end, Palestinians can only hope that a future Labour government will recognise their pursuit of justice and freedom
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