Lydia Noon

Freelance journalist focusing on activism, the Middle East and refugees.

British uproar at Trump policies doesn’t extend to Netanyahu, yet

United Kingdom Prime Minister Theresa May is having a busy two weeks. In a desperately “open for business” global Britain, the right-wing Conservative party leader has met with new President Donald Trump, Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan and most recently Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, for talks in London. Netanyahu’s quickly scheduled visit to the UK on Monday, Feb. 6 came days before a House of Commons debate on Israeli settlement building, due to take place on Feb. 9. In d
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