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David Cameron Resigns

David Cameron has resigned as prime minister after Britain voted to leave the European Union. The prime minister, who backed a Remain vote, said Britain required “fresh leadership” to negotiate the country’s exit from the EU. “I do not think...
by Oh Zina on Jun 24, 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

David Cameron warns Brexit poses 'huge risk' to economy

Where is the strategy?

The vote by our democratic and accountable House of Commons on 2nd December to start dropping bombs on Syria was passed, in part because the Government conceded that a strategy for the action was needed, but the bombing was a … Continue reading...
by IanChisnall on Jun 8, 2016

A lesson for today

The moving tributes to Sir Nicholas Winton (1909-2015) as part of last weeks Memorial Service for him at London’s Guildhall raised several thoughts. It may have been skilful camera work but the images on ITV showed no politicians or well … Co...
by IanChisnall on May 24, 2016

The promise without substance

Todays news on the EU referendum is strongly influenced by an article written by someone who used to be a close adviser and confidant of David Cameron. The fuss is primarily because Mr Hilton has broken ranks with his old … Continue reading ...
by IanChisnall on May 23, 2016

Would I lie to you?

Its not hard to find fault with this years Queens speech, but it is very disturbing that our Government has asked the Queen to lie when she spoke to the assembled Lords, Ladies and MPs. She was asked to say … Continue reading →...
by IanChisnall on May 21, 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

Drone ‘kill list’ could leave MPs, military & spies ‘facing murder charges’

Comment: Good luck with bringing those guys to court...--------------------RT Britain’s drone ‘kill list’ could leave politicians, pilots and intelligence personnel facing murder charges unless rules of engagement are quickly clarified,...
by INFRAKSHUN on May 10, 2016

Camouflage of British War Crimes in Iraq: Chilcot Inquiry Publication Delayed: “ to Avoid Embarrassing Tony Blair.”

Felicity Arbuthnot Global Research “Nothing justifies killing of innocent people.” (Tony Blair, CNN, 15th January 2015.)The publication of the Chilcot Inquiry which began in 2009 and concluded three years ago, investigating the i...
by INFRAKSHUN on May 10, 2016

Contempt of our Parliament

At 10.30 last Thursday while we were voting or going about our usual business two veteran Politicians called Chris had a heated exchange in Parliament during the regular session on the subject ‘Business of the House of Commons’. The two … C...
by IanChisnall on May 9, 2016

West Indian cricketers flourish while administration languishes

While the Supreme Court continues to flay the BCCI and its associate members for dragging their feet on the Lodha Panel reforms, it has gone quiet on the Western front specifically the CARICOM coast. It’s been a time of jubilation and turmoil for W...
by Make Time For Sports on May 7, 2016

West Indian cricketers flourish while administration languishes

While the Supreme Court continues to flay the BCCI and its associate members for dragging their feet on the Lodha Panel reforms, it has gone quiet on the Western front specifically the CARICOM coast. It’s been a time of jubilation and turmoil for W...
by Make Time For Sports on May 7, 2016

The real lobbying problem

This Government and its predecessor has shown itself to be completely incapable of dealing in a meaningful way with lobbying, despite David Cameron stating in 2010 before the coalition was formed “Now we all know that expenses has dominated politi...
by IanChisnall on May 7, 2016

Barry Gardiner and Natalie Bennett to speak at tomorrow's 'Backwards on Climate Change' demonstration

#GoingBackwards on Climate Change Backwards march down Whitehall on 8th May  Assemble Nelson's Column, Trafalgar Square at noon “Instead of making excuses tomorrow to our children and grandchildren, we should be taking action against...
by wembleymatters on May 7, 2016

A Democratic Dictatorship?

Last week the Government announced their refusal to debate holding a public enquiry or referendum into their plans to force all Schools to become Academies, despite the fact that nearly 200,000 people petitioned them to do so. As one of … Conti...
by IanChisnall on Apr 26, 2016

The longest road in the world to travel

The longest road in the world to travel, whether it comes from highways or railways, impresses with it story and how it connects countries that have histories and cultures. The longest road in the world to travel Pan-American Highways Pan-A...
by We care about your travel on Apr 24, 2016

A 10 year legacy? or not!

This week along with marking the 90th Birthday of Queen Elizabeth is also the 10th Anniversary of a trip to the Artic that the World Wide Fund for Nature organised to take the leader of the Conservative Party. It was … Continue reading →...
by IanChisnall on Apr 22, 2016

A vote that must bring about change

The referendum on 23rd June is bound to create change for our nation, whatever the outcome of the vote. If the British public decide to remain in the EU, on the face of things we will have business as usual. … Continue reading →...
by IanChisnall on Apr 19, 2016

Two Secrets

Another day, another statement from David Cameron, unveiling another 3% of the reality about his tax and investment arrangements. With more information promised, DC today admitted he could have handled things better. Being in public life is tough, yo...
by Opinionated Vicar on Apr 9, 2016


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