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UK must stop talking and take action on Israeli-Palestinian conflict


The UK has an opportunity to show it is a key international player by taking the lead on efforts to resolve Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Statements by UK officials during the 11-day conflict between Israel and Hamas did little to inspire confidence among Arab partners and their publics, most of whom expected Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab to do more than reach for worn-out idioms. There is a growing expectation that as Global Britain emerges from the shadows of the EU and seeks to deepen economic ties and sign trade deals, especially with partners old and new, it will also develop a more robust foreign policy.

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