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Thursday, March 12th, 2015 In this article Marie Chantal Uwitonze offers an update on the Ebola epidemic, following the recent international action summit in Brussels. On the 3rd of March 2015, the European Union and key partners organized an international Summit on Ebola to take stock of the current fight against Ebola, coordinate further action for the total eradication of the […]
James Downes says immigration must be pushed to the top of the Conservative Party’s issue agenda.
Speech by The Rt.Hon Dr Liam Fox at a Parliament Street event held at Kings College London
Tom Lahey argues that the West should be doing more to protect Libya from the evil forces of ISIL. In 2011, an opportunity presented itself to the Western powers to intervene in a revolution in Libya and overthrow long-time dictator Muammar Gaddafi. NATO- led by Britain and France, with support from other allies including the United States- provided much […]
Things are speeding up: 4 out of 5 UK properties now have access to superfast broadband – Parliament Street
Parliament Streets Director of Environment and Rural Affairs, Sarah-Jane Sewell, discusses the good news about superfast rural broadband. Have you and two or more other people in your rural home all tried to watch something different on Netflix or youtube, on your individual devices, at the same time? If the answer is yes, then the key verb in the question […]
I’ve never quite known what to make of Ian Dale’s political projections. Having completed a Masters in Public Opinion and Polling and having an all-round interest in politics, Dale’s projections –if anything–give people like me, at the very least, something to read and gossip about. They no doubt also give candidates an extra boost if positive and an unhelpful […]
Gazing upon the allegations of infighting and charges of political complacency in the newspapers, you could be forgiven for thinking that the Yes campaign had already won the vote. This is of course not the case, but continued finger-pointing and anonymous briefings in the broadsheet and tabloid press is undoubtedly doing huge damage to the No campaign’s final fight to […]