US News Theresa May accused of covering up secret Priti Patel meetings

14:37  08 november  2017
14:37  08 november  2017 Source:   MSN

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LONDON — Theresa May faces allegations of a cover - up after reports that Downing Street deliberately suppressed and made false claims about its knowledge of Priti Patel 's secret meetings with senior Israeli figures.

Priti Patel , the UK's international development secretary, has been rebuked by prime minister Theresa May for breaking stringent ministerial rules by attending official meetings in Israel during a "family holiday," which she later attempted to cover - up by denying they had happened

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  • Downing Street in crisis following claims that they deliberately concealed existence of secret meetings between the International Development Secretary and the Israeli government.
  • Theresa May's spokespeople have claimed all week that the first the Prime Minister knew about the meetings was last Friday.
  • But new report claims Downing Street knew about the unauthorised meetings within days and suppressed them to save the embarrassment of the Foreign Office.
  • Priti Patel is currently en route to London where she had been expected to face the sack.

LONDON — Theresa May faces allegations of a cover-up after reports that Downing Street deliberately suppressed and made false claims about its knowledge of Priti Patel's secret meetings with senior Israeli figures.

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Priti Patel is expected to be sacked later today after evidence that she misled Theresa May over further secret meetings with Israeli politicians. Once a potential future Tory leader, Ms Patel is accused of effectively running her own foreign policy, in the critical and ultra-sensitive Middle East

PRITI Patel has admitted to taking part in two more unauthorised meetings with Israeli officials, new reports claim. Ms Patel has reportedly been accused of misleading Theresa May and lacking transparency about her relationship with Israel.

The International Development Secretary is currently on a plane back to the UK from Africa with the widespread expectation that she faces the sack over unauthorised meetings with the Israeli Prime Minister and other senior Israeli figures.

Downing Street has insisted all week that the first the prime minister knew about the International Development Secretary's meetings was last Friday.

However, a new report by the Jewish Chronicle claims that Downing Street was, in fact, aware of Patel's meeting with the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu within days of it taking place.

The full extent of the meetings was reportedly suppressed by Number 10 in order to save the embarrassment of the Foreign Office, the Chronicle claims.

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The paper reports that Patel told May about her meeting with Netanyahu, as well as the details of her plan for UK aid to be shared with the Israelis. It claims that the plan, although approved by May, was blocked by the Foreign Office.

According to the Jewish Chronicle's editor Stephen Pollard:

"Far from being unaware, Number 10 knew in full about her meeting with Mr Netanyahu, because Ms Patel had discussed it with the Prime Minister in September, prior to the UN General Assembly.

"I then discovered this morning that Number 10 had been told by Ms Patel about her meeting with Israeli foreign office official Yuval Rotem in New York and had specifically asked her not to include it.

"It is a truism that with most scandals, the real fallout comes from the cover up. My revelations today mean that there are some serious questions for Number 10 to answer about who knew what, when – including the PM."

Downing Street has yet to comment on the allegations.

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