Category Archives: Yemen

Dear Penny and Alistair


As Ministers in the current UK Government it is encouraging to see you both using twitter to call for “all parties to prevent civilian casualties and to cooperate with the UN” over the crisis in Yemen. As MPs and Ministers … 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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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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The crisis in Yemen demands action, not words!


Thanks to Stephen Twigg MP a very important series of questions and answers took place in the House of Commons last Tuesday, beginning with a Question from Stephen: “To ask the Minister of State for International Development to update the … Continue reading

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Politicians & Media must focus on peace


Our historic connection with the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics as demonstrated in this image shows that historic photographs showing various evil people with Jeremy Corbyn and lists of his widely known meetings with such people in the past should … Continue reading

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A poor matinee after a genuine tragedy


It is very hard to understand how our government can store up information about the ‘spying’ profile of staff in any London based Embassy and do nothing about it until the Government which owns the Embassy is accused of an … Continue reading

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MPs that broadcast hypocrisy


Andrew Mitchell MP was invited onto this morning’s Radio 4 Today programme to speak about the latest news from Save the Children, which is being considered against the backdrop of the Oxfam crisis. He was interviewed because he knows Justin … Continue reading

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