Opposition leader Isaac Herzog presented Israel as a unified front against the proposed Iranian nuclear deal in his meetings in London over the last few days, sources close to him said Tuesday.
Herzog discussed Iran as well as the Palestinian issue with advisers to British Prime Minister David Cameron at 10 Downing Street.
“There is no difference between me and [Prime Minister Benjamin] Netanyahu in reading the threat of Iran,” Herzog said in an interview with The Telegraph. “There is no daylight between us on this issue at all. I do not oppose the diplomatic process.