Sir Keir Starmer known as for a “two-state resolution” to the Israel-Hamas battle throughout a speech in parliament on Monday, 16 October.
The Labour chief appealed for a “Palestinian state alongside a protected and safe Israel” as MPs returned to the Commons following occasion conferences.
“We can not let Hamas brutality be a catalyst for battle within the wider area. Engagement between Israel and Arab nations should be strengthened not deserted,” Sir Keir added.
Rishi Sunak “affirmed that the UK continues to assist a two-state resolution” throughout a gathering with Mahmoud Abbas, the chief of Palestinian Nationwide Authority, Downing Road stated.