Well you have to admit, it is a bit weird that Israel can just flaunt violations of international law, UN Resolutions and attack aid ships in international waters without any real diplomatic fallout.
the UK government is pretty indifferent to lots of breaches of international law and ignored UN resolutions. in fact, I'd put shekels on the fact that the UK does bugger all about most of them.
Using your own skill and cunning, could you identify any trend prevailing through Anglo-Israeli relations, regardless of which party is in power?
to me there seems to be a consistent rejection of Israel's preference for the UK to stop arming Israel's enemies, to stop engaging with Iran, to stop permitting Palestinian groups of various persuasions and dodginess to operate in the UK and so on.
it's weird that many "pros" and "antis" on this thread seem to be convinced that there is a close relationship between the UK and Israel, and describe Israel as the UK's close ally in the region, but can't actually identify why.