David Cameron prepares to lay a wreath at Yad Vashem holocaust memorial in Jerusalem
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Prime minister's belief in Israel 'unbreakable'

David Cameron has said his belief in Israel is "unbreakable" while urging the country's politicians to pursue a deal with Palestinians to bring "an end of all conflict".

He told Israelis to imagine "what this land would be like if a two-state solution was actually achieved".

In his first visit to the country as prime minister, Mr Cameron also rejected calls for boycotts of Israel.

James Landale reports.

  • 13 Mar 2014
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