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UK committed to security of Persian Gulf allies: Boris Johnson

British Foreign Minister Boris Johnson (Photo by AFP)The UK “is back” in the Persian Gulf region and will remain committed to the security of its Arab allies there in the foreseeable future, says British Foreign Minister Boris Johnson.Speaking at...

Brent Council steps up action on air quality

When Mayor Boris Johnson concealed London's air pollution crisis as much as he could so Sadiq Khan deserves praise for bringing the issue out into the open, with Green AM Caroline Russell providing much of the pressure. Last week's alerts to Londoner...
by wembleymatters on Dec 3, 2016

How to end the killing?

“The whole world is horrified by the suffering of the people of Aleppo – the bombing of innocent civilians, the murder of defenceless children. The fighting must stop now. Russia indicating its support for a 48 hour cessation of hostilities...
by IanChisnall on Aug 20, 2016

Boris Johnson praises Michaela Free School: 'rote learning, discipline and memorising'

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by wembleymatters on Jul 30, 2016

Boris Johnson Menteri Luar Negeri Inggris yang Kontroversial

Boris Johnson menteri luar negeri Inggris yang kontroversial. Theresa May, perdana menteri Inggris yang baru telah menggegerkan dunia dengan menunjuk Walikota London The post Boris Johnson Menteri Luar Negeri Inggris yang Kontroversial appeared fir...
by Masbadar on Jul 26, 2016

Boris Johnson Menteri Luar Negeri Inggris yang Kontroversial

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by Masbadar Tumblr on Jul 26, 2016

Not a great start

Some of the choices made by our New Prime Minister as she assembled her Cabinet over the last few days are already showing signs of strain which is of concern to many people including myself. Perhaps more importantly, these problems … Continue...
by IanChisnall on Jul 21, 2016

Accountability is needed

The morning after the vote by UK electors to leave the EU, Boris Johnson stood alongside his then friend, Michael Gove. The two men were seen as the public face of Vote Leave and they each gave a speech which … Continue reading →...
by IanChisnall on Jul 20, 2016

A tough democratic challenge

Three weeks ago today each of us over 18 had one vote to cast in a simple decision making vote, whether to remain or leave the European Union. We all thought we knew what to expect. According to Michael Gove … Continue reading →...
by IanChisnall on Jul 14, 2016

Independent Thinking, By Jove!

With tongue firmly in cheek I think I've found the answer for floundering Republicans who want anyone other than Trump as their presidential nominee.There are similarities to be sure, but when it comes to the finer points my suggestion is far superio...
by Dogwalk Musings on Jul 1, 2016

Brexit : Boris Johnson out of Tory race for UK British prime minister

Brexit campaigner and former London mayor Boris Johnson prepares to leave a press conference in central London on June 30, 2016. (AFP)...

Where’s Bojo? He’s been outmanœuvred by David Cameron

BBC Some of those Guardian readers are smart. Unlike the comments’ section on certain New Zealand newspaper websites, or on YouTube, it was a pleasure to read this one about Brexit on the left-leaning British newspaper’s site. If you̵...
by Jack Yan: the Persuader Blog on Jun 27, 2016

Stay or Leave, promises must be kept

The impending vote (accepting that many have already voted) tomorrow means that by Friday we will know the outcome. We will either be out for good or remaining at least for a generation. Prior to the vote, promises and inferences … Continue rea...
by IanChisnall on Jun 22, 2016

An expensive driving lesson

Considering that Vote Leave have been arguing that the EU wastes money in a profligate manner, it seems bizarre that their campaign has spent £175,000 to hire a French built lorry from a Dartford trucking company along with the driver … Contin...
by IanChisnall on May 28, 2016

Our country, economy and democracy

As the rhetoric continues unabated through the referendum megaphone which is hard to ignore, we need a discussion that outlines what form of society we need and want! A debate that takes us into July and beyond, one that ensures … Continue read...
by IanChisnall on May 15, 2016

In whose name?

The pathetic and ridiculous over reaction by the Vote Leave campaign over the decision by ITV to invite Nigel Farage to debate the EU with David Cameron reveals an insight into the way in which such debates and hustings are … Continue reading &...
by IanChisnall on May 12, 2016

A very exclusive club

The use of Parliamentary time is incredibly valuable and costly. Even when the Government of the day is one that demonstrates values I don’t support, which is most of the time, what goes on in the Commons and Lords should be treated as ̷...
by IanChisnall on Mar 12, 2016

A debate for all?

The arguments in favour of leaving or remaining in the EU have some very powerful and vocal supporters. There are risks as both sides of the debate compete for what they imagine are the ears of the rest of society … Continue reading →...
by IanChisnall on Mar 8, 2016

Two long weeks

The quotes above are from the same Politician taken 13 days apart. In that time the change in the negotiating position of our nation through the hands of David Cameron have barely changed. Yet according to our various press and … Continue readi...
by IanChisnall on Feb 22, 2016

Boris and the Commonwealth

As we approach the referendum over our membership of the EU, there are discussions taking place in some of the newspapers regarding who will lead the campaign to take us out of that most dreadful of institutions. Boris Johnson is … Continue rea...
by IanChisnall on Dec 6, 2015


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