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Only with my amendments in place can the bill truly protect security, privacy, and freedom of speech.
As a former Brexit Secretary, I know that we can use our Brexit freedoms to achieve incredible things. Changes to EU regulations in our five growth industries will mean that we can deliver the very best for our great country,
Undoubtedly, Britain played a terrible part in the 17th and 18th-century history of slavery. Its act later ensured sweeping political and societal change.
The Chancellor and Home Secretary need to ensure our overseas aid and asylum policies are generous and humane.
We could have degraded Al Qaeda and then left. Or else pursued a proper counter-insurgency plan. Instead, we did neither.
First, it should present future recommendations within a year. Next, on a longer timescale, it should look at what went wrong.
I urge my colleagues to support amendments which would curtail the use of children and establish sensible limits on agents committing crimes.
We do not want find ourselves in an equally difficult bind as the Swiss did over migration over some unforeseeable problem in the future.
We have done more to generate wealth in Silicon Valley than in our own regions. We are terrific at pure research, and useless at translational research.
We need to separate the Nightingales from other hospitals, build more of them – and use them as a means of isolating the infected.
Correcting a deficiency could halve the infection rates in vulnerable groups – and more than halve the death rate for those who get infected.
Melvin Benn, managing director of Festival Republic, explicitly links attendance at his events – most of Britain’s music festivals – with compulsory testing.
It will require up to 50,000 people, not 18,000. Or else we’re set to be in shutdown for the duration – with baleful economic consequences.
This model will allow us to build villages with around 1,500 homes – or larger villages of 5,000 homes, which would allow a secondary school, medical centre and more social space.