Saudi crown prince meets UK Treasury chief Philip Hammond

Thursday, 8 March 2018

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman met on Thursday with UK Treasury chief Philip Hammond, accompanied by executive heads of major British companies, in the presence of the official delegation accompanying the Crown Prince. During the meeting, they reviewed aspects of cooperation between the two countries in the economic and development fields and the promising opportunities in accordance with the objectives of Saudi Vision 2030. Saudi crown prince meets with British MPs Saudi Arabia’s ...

Saudi crown prince meets with British parliament defense head

Tuesday, 23 February 2016

Prince Mohammed, who is also, deputy premier and minister of interior, discussed a number of issues of mutual concern

UK Lord accused of child sex abuse dies before trial

Sunday, 20 December 2015

Greville Janner one of a number of high-profile figures to face historic sex abuse charges in Britain

Kerry says raids not enough after UK strikes ISIS

Thursday, 3 December 2015

Four UK bombers used laser-guided bombs to attack six targets in the Omar oil fields in eastern Syria

UK set to vote on striking ISIS in Syria

Wednesday, 2 December 2015

After nearly 10 hours of debate in parliament, British PM David Cameron said he believes British warplanes should also be tackling ISIS in Syria

Does the suit really make the MP?

Monday, 16 November 2015

Despite progress, female representations in parliaments across the world remain dismal

British MPs say Israeli restrictions unjustifiable

Wednesday, 6 August 2014

A parliamentary committee found Israeli restrictions, which hinder economic development in the Palestinian Territories unjustifiable

Britain’s Ed Miliband wants to be 'first Jewish' PM, forgets Disraeli

Saturday, 12 April 2014

The Labor Party leader is under fire after saying he wanted to be the country’s 'First Jewish Prime Minister,' a title already taken by Benjamin Disraeli

BDS movement, this is your big chance…

Saturday, 22 February 2014

A large majority of conservative MPs and MEPs are Friends of Israel, subjecting a significant number of politicians to the sway of the Israeli lobby

Stuart Littlewood

British MPs urge Cameron to support Syrian rebels

Thursday, 16 January 2014

Members of the British parliament urged Prime Minister David Cameron this week to consider arming the Syrian opposition and support a transitional period in Syria without President Bashar al-Assad. Politicians from the parliament's three main parties urged in a letter published by the The Times newspaper, Cameron to “redress the military disadvantage” in the conflict. Alistair Burt, a politician who oversaw Syria policy for three years, told Al Arabiya News Channel that it is time to ...

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