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British PM dismisses Paul Bristow for advocating Gaza ceasefire

Paul Bristow's comment is inconsistent with the principles of collective responsibility: UK Government.



British PM dismisses Paul Bristow for advocating Gaza ceasefire
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London: The British Prime Minister, Rishi Sunak, has taken a controversial step by removing a British official from his position due to the official's public call for a ceasefire in Gaza.

Paul Bristow, the official in question, was dismissed from his post after advocating for a permanent ceasefire in the troubled region.

In a letter addressed to Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, Paul Bristow emphasized the urgent need for a ceasefire in Gaza.

Paul's statement highlights that such an action could save lives and facilitate the much-needed delivery of aid to those who are suffering the most.

The move to relieve Paul Bristow of his duties has sparked debate and controversy.

The UK government contends that Bristow's statements contradict the principles of collective responsibility.

While the government supports the idea of a humanitarian truce, they are not in favor of a full-fledged ceasefire in Gaza.