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New polling suggests most British voters don’t take a side on Israel-Palestine

Most voters see both sides as equally to blame for the ongoing failure of the peace process

By Tom Clark  

A Palestinian woman walks by a concrete security wall build by Israel. Photo: PA

This month Prospect asks whether or not the two-state solution for the Middle East is dead, with former Knesset Speaker, Avraham Burg, setting out his plan for achieving peace within a single set of borders. An exclusive Deltapoll survey for Prospect explores what British voters think.

After being reminded that the idea of an Israeli and an independent Palestinian state living side by side has traditionally been seen as the most promising route to peace,…

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