Post Tagged with: "terrorism"

We should not tolerate the intolerant

We should not tolerate the intolerant

Parliament Street’s Charlotte Kude analyses the meaning of last week’s events for French society and the wider western world. Also featuring in TheCommentator We are at war. Not my words, those of a French MP last Thursday. Finally, someone says it. This is a war that we didn’t start. Let me clarify: the West is not at war against Islam and never has been. However, it will defend itself […]

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Demonising David Cameron won’t engage young people in politics

Demonising David Cameron won’t engage young people in politics. Bite the Ballot today took a swipe at David Cameron for politely declining to participate in one of their online #LeadersLive debates. Whilst they are understandably disappointed that Cameron cannot participate when other party leaders have, I question whether this bitter criticism really seeks to serve the purpose of why Bite […]

by and · 9th January 2015 · Blog
Charles Tannock – Iraq is a domestic issue

Charles Tannock – Iraq is a domestic issue

This week, Dr Charles Tannock MEP will be meeting the European Union’s representative in Baghdad to discuss the civil war taking place in Iraq and the Union’s response. However, while he will do so as a member of the European Parliament’s foreign affairs committee, he makes it clear there is also a dangerous domestic angle to the conflict. “It’s no […]

by · 22nd June 2014 · Tory Thought, Interviews
Britain should give Kenya support instead of tourist terrorism warnings

Britain should give Kenya support instead of tourist terrorism warnings

The recent spate of terrorist attacks across Africa have shaken the very foundations of several optimistic countries, replacing hope with fear. From the capture of 200 schoolgirls in Nigeria to the latest round of brutal bombings in Kenya’s capital Nairobi killing over a dozen people and wounding 70 more, the pattern is sporadic but the frequency consistent. This atrocity followed […]

by · 25th May 2014 · Foreign Affairs, Blog