Category Archives: Syria

Ivan’s question demands a response from Sajid?


The suggestion from Ivan Pope that the wife of the Syrian President should have her British Citizenship withdrawn following Sajid Javid’s decision to attempt to remove the citizenship from Shamima Begum seems to make a great deal of sense. Indeed … Continue reading

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Let us see an end to all wars


As National Leaders from across the Western World and beyond gather to mark the near end of the first World War on this day 100 years ago, and reflect on the wars fought since, they have a duty to go … Continue reading

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Strong educational needs in the USA


According to a recent report from the USA, the American Educational Secretary, Betsy DeVos is considering making a significant investment into Schools should ideally come as welcome news. Although this information is not up to date, one imagines it still … Continue reading

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We must look beyond our own shores


In the last 24 hours two British senior politicians from both sides of the House of Commons with clear responsibility for our role overseas have been raising concerns about internal aspects of our nation and it is clear that both … Continue reading

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Let’s redouble our efforts to care for all children


As Donald Trump through his UN ambassador withdraws the USA from the United Nation Human Rights Council claiming the agency is a “protector of human rights abusers and a cesspool of political bias” and images circulate around the world of … Continue reading

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The many benefits of freedom of movement


Several bits of news or information came into my hearing or reading yesterday that all relate to the importance of our nation and our need to discuss and debate matters such as a freedom of movement and open borders. I … Continue reading

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USA’s signature is not worth the paper it is written on


It is always refreshing at the start of a week to hope that change can be achieved over the next few days which will make our community more secure by the weekend. However last week showed us how much change … Continue reading

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