David Cameron

Britain admits selling $12 billion in weapons to Israel

David Cameron’s government publishes data showing that sales of military goods are far higher than previously believed.

Boycotting Israel is the "way to go," says Pink Floyd legend Roger Waters

David Cronin
18 March 2013

Roger Waters is calling on musicians everywhere not to play Tel Aviv.

Love Israel? If you're a British MP, join the queue

Labor leader Ed Miliband’s recent declaration of support for Zionism follows a familiar pattern among the British ruling elite.

"UN must prosecute Israel for war crimes," says Bloody Sunday lawyer

Adri Nieuwhof
24 February 2012
Michael Mansfield, a juror for the Russell Tribunal on Palestine, talks about the tribunal’s shadow report documenting Israel’s apartheid policies that tears apart Israel’s report to the UN Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination.

EI exclusive: UK charity with Mossad links secretly denounced anti-Zionist Jews to government

Asa Winstanley
21 December 2011
An influential UK charity denounced Jewish critics of Israel in secret reports to the government earlier this year, The Electronic Intifada has learned.

Revealed: UK government plotted with Israel lobby to ban Salah

Asa Winstanley
6 October 2011
The Electronic Intifada has obtained email correspondences between Israeli lobbyists and British governmental officials which prove a plot to ban Palestinian political leader Sheikh Raed Salah from the UK.

Israel pays for junket by British MPs

Register of interest shows Conservatives accept free trip from Israel’s foreign ministry.

Arms industry promoter latest recruit for UK Israel lobby

Luke Akehurst won awards for representing weapons makers; now he’s joining top Zionist outfit.

Why was Salah muzzled for preaching peace in London?

Jonathan Cook
5 July 2011
Israel’s legal system, despite its reputation for presuming that Palestinian citizens are habitual security offenders, has neither found Sheikh Raed Salah guilty of anti-Semitism nor of directly helping terrorists. So why is Britain being even “more Israeli rather than the Israelis,” as two Arab members of the Israeli parliament caustically observed, and detaining him?

Update/analysis: Cameron changes "no comment" stance on JNF departure

Last month Asa Winstanley reported for The Electronic Intifada on how British Prime Minister David Cameron had stepped down as honorary Jewish National Fund patron. Asa, a journalist in London who blogs at winstanleys.org and who can be followed on Twitter, wrote up an update and analysis after the prime minister’s spokespersons broke the silence on Cameron’s resignation.


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