The Telegraph has an article titled Britain's 'first Jewish PM': does Disraeli have the title?
British Jews have been allowed to sit in Parliament since the passing of the Jews Relief Act in 1858.
The same law — which remains in place — says that no person “professing the Jewish religion, directly or indirectly” may advise the monarch on appointments in the Church of England.
Read more: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/ed-miliband/10761635/Britains-first-Jewish-PM-does-Disraeli-have-the-title.html
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