Category Archives: Yemen

A lot has changed in the last 35 years


Last night when we got home from the garden of one of our good friends, where we were able to enjoy a fantastic BBQ we switched on the TV and watched a programme that reflected what happened 35 years ago … Continue reading

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Is this Absolute Crap?


Yesterday in the House of Commons the man on the right Chris Philp who is one of the Ministers in the Home Office made a statement which the man on the left called absolute crap. Inevitably the Deputy Speaker asked … Continue reading

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Two ex MEPs who ignore facts that oppose their extreme views


Two days ago Daniel Hannan posted this tweet which is both inept and potentially very provocative for people who may not have taken the time to follow his link, or watched or listened to the Governmental Coronavirus daily update on … Continue reading

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Wouldn’t it be great if the Queen chose to ignore Johnsons text!


Nearly seven weeks ago Jacob Rees-Mogg and two of his political colleagues travelled up to Scotland to meet with Her Majesty the Queen and as a result she is due to arrive at the Palace of Westminster to perform a … Continue reading

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The law was broken – Is an apology really sufficient?


If a retailer or publican sold alcohol or cigarettes to people under the legal age would their offer to apologise be considered acceptable? As another comparison would a business that sells weapons be allowed to apologise for selling them to … Continue reading

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Unsustainable Development Debate


On Tuesday in the House of Commons Rory Stewart, currently the International Development Secretary commenced a debate on Sustainable Development Goals which covered a huge amount of themes and it was clearly a vital discussion. However at the end the … Continue reading

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Jeremy Hunt and his double li(f)e


There is nothing to suggest in the tweet on the right hand side that Jeremy Hunt had travelled out of the UK in order to meet partners from the UAE, Saudi Arabia and the United States which are the flags … Continue reading

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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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Far too little and far too late Theresa


At yesterdays Prime Ministers Questions, Theresa May was questioned over the war in Yemen by Andrew Mitchell whose question articulates very well why this is such a terrible issue. Her role as Prime Minister has overseen 2/3 of the period … Continue reading

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