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Russia Poison Proof Principle


Theresa May’s claim that Russia attempted murder on British soil has whipped up fervent patriotism. But we are losing sight of two important issues, the question of proof and quality of May’s punishment.

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EU: Part II – Better Out Than In?


‘The greatest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing the world he didn’t exist’. The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) is lurking silently in the wings. The negotiations are secret! TTIP if approved would be an agreement between Europe and America to cut tariffs and regulatory barriers to trade between the two countries. It has grave implications…

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EU: To Leave or Not to Leave?


We must pause and think very carefully about the agendas of those who wanted the EU Referendum and why they want to leave the EU. The reasons are of paramount importance if we are going to unsettle an issue for a generation and dive into the unknown.

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Syria – ‘Bogus Battalions’, Balderdash and Bullying


David Cameron has achieved his goal and Britain is bombing Islāmic State (IS) in Syria.  He won his vote in the House of Commons by claims of bogus battalions, balderdash and bullying. The skies over Syria were filled with aircraft bombing before Britain joined. The conventional wisdom is that air power is backed up by…

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Syria – ‘Something Must Be Done’ but that does not necessarily mean bombing


David Cameron, will ask Parliament for permission to join the military action against Islamic State (IS) in Syria.  Primarily, because IS pose a “serious and undeniable” threat to Britain.   It was only two years ago that he proposed bombing Syria, again in self defence.  The threat to Britain was the Syrian President, Bashar al-Assad.  Parliament…

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