This video from the British parliament says about itself:
26 October 2016
Britain’s Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn confronted Prime Minister Theresa May over Saudi Arabia’s continued membership of the UN Human Rights Council.
From daily The Morning Star in Britain:
Sunday 9th July 2017
THERESA MAY was branded a hypocrite yesterday for calling on world leaders at the G20 summit in Germany to cut off funding streams for terrorists which are being channelled through financial institutions.
But Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn — who has made repeated calls for terror funding to be cut off — challenged her to get serious about terrorism by ending her cosy relationship with Saudi Arabia and other despotic Gulf states.
Taking about Ms May and terrorism, Corbyn might also have mentioned the recent deal of May’s Conservative government with the homophobic misogynist religious fundamentalists of the Democratic Unionist Party, linked to paramilitary gangs guilty of terrorist murders of hundreds of Northern Irish people for being Roman Catholic. Ms May funded that deal with £1,5 billion in British taxpayers’ money plus £20,000 for flying the DUP leader back home in a RAF military aircraft.
Mr Corbyn said: “She should publish the suppressed report on foreign funding of UK-based extremism and have difficult conversations with Saudi Arabia, not hug Saudi and allied Gulf states even closer.”
Green Party co-leader Caroline Lucas questioned whether the “astonishing” delay in revealing the report, likely to be heavily critical of Britain’s relationship with Saudi Arabia, is connected to maintaining diplomatic ties.
In a speech at the G20 talks in Hamburg, Ms May said information about the movement of foreign fighters leaving Syria and Iraq should be shared internationally so that they could be tracked.
She also told leaders that measures must be taken “against permissive environments for terrorist financing.”
The Tories’ own record however, when Ms May was home secretary, saw British-based suspected terrorists cultivated by MI5 and allowed to travel to and from destabilised countries in North Africa and the Middle East for war.
Manchester bomber Salman Abedi travelled to Libya, as did members of the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group (LIFG), proscribed as a terrorist organisation in Britain despite previously being funded by MI6, which is part of an “al-Qaida-inspired” movement aiming to create a “hardline Islamic state” in Libya.
British members of the group — known as the “Manchester boys” — were deemed high risk by the government and were subject to control orders as recently as 2011.
When signs emerged of an uprising against Gadaffi however the control orders were lifted, many had their passports returned and some were allowed to board flights to the Libyan capital Tripoli.
Mr Abedi is reported to have been placed on a terrorist watch list by the FBI last year. MI5 were allegedly warned that he and his group were looking for a “political target” in Britain.
He was allowed to re-enter Britain before he carried out the Manchester Arena nail-bombing which killed 22 concert-goers, many of whom were young girls.
Britain has licensed £3.3 billion in arms to Saudi Arabia since it began bombing Yemen in 2015, during which at least 10,000 people were killed. Around 80 per cent of the remaining population is reported to be starving.