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Theresa May says she will confront Donald Trump over Israel

Prime Minister Theresa May tells MPs that she will speak to Donald Trump about Israel. May asked about her position on Trump's planned recognition of Jerusalem as the Israeli capital. Labour MP Ben Bradshaw says the decision will do "grave damage" to Middle East peace. LONDON — Theresa May has said she will challenge Donald Trump over his expected decision to recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
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