Politics: Political interference in JerUSAlem?

It is very rare that Israeli politicians salivate over what is happening in London – especially lately.

But there was the prime minister and leader of the British Conservative Party, David Cameron, actually submitting his resignation, and there was a successor taking over in a relatively clean and uncomplicated change of power.

And then, shortly after Theresa May replaced Cameron Wednesday, she went and immediately appointed a foreign secretary in former London mayor Boris Johnson.

Source: http://www.jpost.com/Israel-News/Politics-And-Diplomacy/Politics-Political-interference-in-JerUSAlem-460434

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