(JTA) — British Prime Minister David Cameron said Britain can only affect Europe’s approach to Israel by remaining in the European Union. “When Europe is discussing its attitude to Israel, do you want Britain — Israel’s greatest friend — in there opposing boycotts, opposing the campaign for divestment and sanctions, or do you want us…
(JTA) — British Prime Minister David Cameron called on Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn to renounce his self-proclaimed friendship with Hamas and Hezbollah. Cameron made the public demand on Wednesday, during Prime Minister’s Questions, a weekly session in the House of Commons during which lawmakers question the prime minister on a wide range of topics….
In an unusual rebuke, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said his British counterpart forgot basic facts when he criticized Israel’s construction in eastern Jerusalem.
British Prime Minister David Cameron called construction in eastern Jerusalem “genuinely shocking” during a parliamentary question period.
David Cameron’s team spent plenty of time looking at how Benjamin Netanyahu won reelection. Here’s 3 lessons they will use to help him win Britain’s national vote.
Ed Miliband wants to be Britain’s first Jewish prime minister, but a new poll shows his fellow tribe members prefer his non-Jewish rival. Is it all because of Israel politics?
Britain is headed for an election that looks like a tight contest between David Cameron and challenger Ed Miliband, who would become the first Jewish prime minister.
British foreign policy towards Palestine will not change, even if lawmakers on Monday vote in favor of a motion stating that the government should recognize it as a state, Prime Minister David Cameron’s official spokesman told reporters.
British Prime Minister David Cameron told Israeli lawmakers that his country would work against international boycotts and sanctions against Israel.
As a strike on Syria grows nearer, Barack Obama is increasingly haunted by George W. Bush’s decision to attack Iraq based on botched (or was it fabricated?) evidence.