Labour to recognise Palestinian state in election manifesto

In a decision seen as an effort to reassure the party’s left wing, Keir Starmer is expected to announce plans to recognize a Palestinian state as part of Labour’s manifesto. 

The draft supposedly says a Palestinian state should be recognised as “part of a peace process”.

The pledge is seen by some as an attempt to appease the left-leaning pro-Palestine voters who have been highly critical of the government’s overall reluctance to call for a ceasefire and recognise Palestine as a state.

However, the Labour party insists that it remains cautious about securing peace, security and safety for Palestine and Israel in line with international processes.

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