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The Foreign Secretary has stated he doesn’t wish to see Israel prosecuted for failing to permit support into Gaza, Tory MPs have stated.

Lord Cameron addressed the 1922 Committee of backbench MPs the place he instructed how he’s working with Israel “as a close friend” in the case of humanitarian assist.

One MP current stated Lord Cameron dismissed claims over the weekend that he was contemplating imposing an arms embargo on Israel if the circulation of support into Gaza didn’t enhance.

But they added that the Foreign Secretary was working as a “close friend” of Israel and, as such, didn’t wish to see the nation “in a situation where they are being prosecuted for not letting the aid in”.

One MP stated Lord Cameron, who was greeted by the normal desk banging by parliamentarians, obtained no “hostile pushback” from members after the UK voted for a UN Security Council decision calling for a ceasefire,

The Tory added: “(Lord Cameron) said that the resolution at the UN, without us drafting it, was our language.”

They added that the Foreign Secretary stated he would “stand firm” if Hamas didn’t abide by any ceasefire, saying: “He wouldn’t be calling for Israel to stop doing their action without there being the other side of the coin.

“He was very balanced in that.”

The UK backed a United Nations Security Council (UNSC) name for a ceasefire in Gaza through the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.

Downing Street stated the UNSC decision despatched a transparent message that the hostages held by Hamas needs to be launched and support needs to be allowed into Gaza.

Tory MPs stated China “didn’t really come up” regardless of Beijing’s assaults on the Electoral Commission and parliamentary communications.

It is known that Tim Loughton MP “pushed back” on China as he had carried out within the Commons chamber earlier.

He had stated: “The whole of the Chinese communist government in the enhanced tier of the Foreign Influence Registration Scheme”.

A former Cabinet Minister stated of Lord Cameron: “A class act, totally on top of his brief as Foreign Secretary.

“Just like the good old days.

“Britain has led the world in securing a ceasefire in Israel/Palestine and that is thanks to him.”