One of my seasonal wishes is for the Afghan Citizens Resettlement Scheme (ACRS) to include people from such religious minority groups.
This is not just a priority for our foreign and overseas development policy – people face persecution and even violence right here in Britain.
Three members of the city’s democracy movement are flying in to share their concerns about the present situation and hopes for the future.
It wouldn’t work even in its own terms, because it would have the effect of making the 1967 Abortion Act redundant.
The social, medical and financial costs of excessive alcohol consumption are there for all to see. The answer is already known.
The first piece in a five-part series on ConHome on a new Manifesto to Strengthen Families, which will be launched in Parliament this week.
Human rights should be at the very heart of foreign policy.
We need a new law to defend the vulnerable victims of sex trafficking.
If he isn’t, Britain should reconsider its relationship with the Maldivian state.
Clear law is a help to women facing discrimination – and opponents’ misleading claims do not bear scrutiny.
The 1967 Act isn’t up to the job – my Ten Minute Rule Bill seeks to set that right.
And what my amendment to the Consumer Rights Bill seeks to do about it.
A new report by the Party’s Human Rights Commission makes four main recommendations about North Korea’s crimes against justice.
These are untested, unproven, controversial and potentially dangerous techniques which we wouldn’t even be able to monitor.