During the last war my father kept General Gerd Von Rundstedt under lock and key in Shenley Hospital, a few miles from Borehamwood, which housed both mental and military men and women, before packing him off to Nuremberg to answer for war crimes.

By the same token, were my dad to be alive today and the hospital still standing, I am sure he would have been only too happy to keep Prime Minister Netanhanyu in the same facility, before he could be dispatched to the International Courts of Justice to answer for his own heinous war crimes.

Michael McEnhill

New Road, Shenley