Representative Robert Jenrick said in a webinar at the Institute for Leadership Dialogue, Israel Hayom Information according to.
A bill to ban boycotts, recapitalization and sanctions in Britain will soon be submitted to the British Parliament
Representative Robert Jenrick said on Tuesday.
As a member of Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Conservative Party and former Secretary of State for Housing, he spoke at a 2021 webinar at the Leadership Dialogue Institute (LDI).
LDI is a “private diplomatic channel that promotes close cultural relations between Australia, the United Kingdom and Israel”.
a “Why do so many people hate Jews?” during the conversation. Jenrick said:
“I think we are attacking the boycott here. Today, there is no political party in the UK that would support a boycott, and it has become an increasingly fringe movement. What we want is for us to pass a law here, which I’m sure will be on the legislative agenda next spring.”
The BDS movement, based in Ramallah in the West Bank, wrote on its official website that it aims to “pressure Israel with economic means to comply with international law.”
Many US states and states have banned the BDS movement and decided to get rid of companies that practice the practice.
“The question is how far-reaching this law can be, I obviously want it to be as broad as possible so that there is almost no chance of a boycott continuing.”
In 2019, a Conservative Party official, Eric Pickles, said at a conference in Jerusalem that the new law would prevent government agencies from working with those who boycott Israel in any way.
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