ICAHD, War on Want and other NGOs demonstrated the primacy of their political campaigning in a November 29, coordinated lobby of UK MPs. ICAHD reported that over 300 people protested how "[t]he British government has colluded in [the] collective punishment of the Palestinian people", and the lobby was followed by a meeting in the parliament addressed by ICAHD Coordinator, Jeff Halper. FOSUK also promoted this event.
Halper, whose NGO received €472, 786 from the EU Partnership for Peace program in July 2005, addressed the Royal Society of Medicine in London on November 30. He delivered his personal views on the conflict, including the obsoleteness of the two state solution, and promoted sanctions and boycott campaigns.