Patel's apology statement included a list of people she met, along with a brief summary of the discussions.
The meetings were arranged by the Conservative peer, and Conservative Friends of Israel honorary president, Lord Polak, who attended the majority of them.
That she didn't report the meetings - which took place over two days - has sparked fears that Patel used her "holiday", in August, as a cover to surreptitiously discuss official United Kingdom government business with Israeli politicians and representatives of Israeli organisations. United Kingdom ministers are required to notify the Foreign Office when conducting official business overseas, but Patel admitted that she failed to do so.
A Whitehall source told the Guardian Patel was in Israel on a private holiday, which she paid for, and while she was there she took the opportunity to meet ministers.
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Ms Patel apologised on Monday for 12 unauthorised meetings with senior Tel Aviv officials in August - including Mr Netanyahu, his Public Security minister, and chief diplomat - behind Mrs May's back.
In a clarification, on Monday she said that "this was not the case" and that he "did become aware of the visit, but not in advance of it".
Kate Osamor, the shadow worldwide development secretary, told the Commons on Tuesday that it was "hard to think of a more black and white case of breaking the ministerial code of conduct". The Foreign Office, it said, was "clear that United Kingdom interests were not damaged or affected by the meetings on this visit".
The minister said the Department for International Development (Dfid), Patel's own department, was made aware of the meetings by the Foreign Office on the same day. "I am sorry for this and I apologise for it", Patel said in her apology statement.
Patel has faced criticism and calls for her to resign or be sacked over the meetings.
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"Patel has a history of showing favouritism to Israel and is suspected to cut or divert the essential aid that the United Kingdom sends to the Palestine Authority", Slaughter told MEE.
The Secretary of State said she had seen for herself the work of Jewish charities in Israel, and said she was "struck by the achievements of the state of Israel". May yesterday summoned Patel to No 10 to "remind her of the obligations which exist under the ministerial code".
Other political parties are also under scrutiny.
The Netanyahu meeting included "prospects for closer collaboration between Israel and the United Kingdom on development and humanitarian issues", Israel-based newspaper Haaretz reports, noting that no minutes were kept.
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