Theresa has worked extensively to combat anti-Semitism, working with the police and organisations such as the Community Security Trust. She has repeatedly spoken up in support of the state of Israel, and has been a member of Conservative Friends of Israel for many years.
She opposes boycott campaigns and has urged the Government to take action to ensure that UK aid to the Palestinian authority is not misused and diverted to support payments to terrorists. In Parliament and outside, she has called on Labour and the Liberal Democrats to condemn antisemitism in politics.
She has raised this issue in Prime Minister's Questions; she spoke in the two very moving debates in Parliament on anti-Semitism; and attended both the rallies organised by the Jewish community in Parliament Square to protest against antisemitism in Labour.
January 2020: Remembering the Holocaust
November 2019: Villiers campaigns against antisemitism and racism
February 2019: Villiers takes forward Bill to return Nazi-looted artworks
January 2019: We must never forget the horrors of the Holocaust
April 2018: MPs unite to condemn antisemitism
January 2018: MP attends Holocaust Memorial Day event in Barnet
February 2017: Villiers visits Israel and the West Bank
January 2017: Villiers signs Holocaust Memorial Day Book of Commitment
November 2016: Centenary of the Balfour Declaration
October 2016: Supporting Israel: Speech at CFI reception
January 2016: Holocaust Memorial Day supported by Barnet MPs
February 2015: Villiers welcomes APPG report on anti-Semitism
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