Britain's Conservative Prime Minister David Cameron will be facing off against Labour Party leader Ed Miliband in a general election Thursday.
Wondering where Israel and Jewish issues fit into the British election? Look no further.
For voters who insist on taking Israel into their considerations, the choice is clear.
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Ed Miliband’s current visit to Israel is another step in the U.K. Labour party leader’s gradual embrace of his Jewish identity and connection to Israel.
Labour party leader Ed Miliband AP
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