UK deeply concerned by situation in Yarmouk refugee camp and calls on all involved to protect civilians.
The UK government has announced a series of amendments to its immigration rules, Most of the changes will begin to come into effect in April 2015
Surcharge of £200 per year and £150 per year for students enables access to National Health Service in the same way as a permanent UK resident.
The British Consulate General runs projects in four main areas.
A short list of Frequently Asked Questions about the visa application process to the UK.
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We work to improve the United Kingdom’s security and prosperity through a just peace between a stable, democratic Palestinian State and Israel, based on 1967 borders, ending the Occupation by agreement. Our aim is to improve the ties of friendship between the Palestinian and British peoples.
Our aim is to help build Palestinian institutions and promote growth Read more.
We support human rights, democracy and good governance in the Occupied Palestinian Territories. Read more.
We support efforts to create a Palestinian state, based on the 1967 borders, living in peace and security with Israel. Read more.
Our UK-led consular team provides high-quality consular support for British nationals in Jerusalem and the Occupied Palestinian Territories. Read more.
The British Consulate General is encouraging trade and investment links between the Palestinian territories and the UK. Read more.
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We develop and maintain relations between the United Kingdom and the Palestinian Territories. We deal with a wide range of political, commercial, security and economic questions of interest to the UK and the Palestinian Territories.
British Consulate General Jerusalem, main contact
DFID Palestinian Programme (London Office)
Middle East and North Africa Division
Tel: 0845 300 4100