In financial sanctions and diplomatic recognition, the West has the tools to drive change in Kabul this International Women’s Day.
The country, which had made significant progress in its religious freedom policy, is under threat from military forces.
The issue deeply affects hundreds of thousands of people a year, across every constituency, every local authority, every city and town.
The Government won the division during yesterday’s consideration of the Trade Bill by 18 votes.
Fox floated a new Parliamentary committee to “determine that decisions across all parts of Government have been taken on the best available evidence”.
When asked for it, the three MPs presented none. The reason is simple: this supposedly sinister entryist army does not exist.
That the MP for Corby feels able to accept an office vacated over opposition to Chequers illustrates division amongst the Brexiteers.
Meanwhile Corbyn dismayed his own side by going on for far too long and refusing to take any interventions.
He’s in auto-rebellion mode – and like it or not it’s something he is good at.
The stability of Syria, and any hope for wider peace in the region, depend upon the removal of this dictator.
By attaching special, frightening labels to criminal acts, we are putting propaganda tools into the hands of our enemies.
The so-called ‘Islamic State’ is neither of those things. It is time to adopt a title that better describes them, and their victims and neighbours offer some suggestions.
Rehman Chishti believes the vote was a mistake, but a recent trip to Washington showed me otherwise.
Rehman Chishti is Member of Parliament for Gillingham and Rainham. The news this week that the number of people donating organs has risen 50% over the past five years is very welcome news indeed. However, there are still sadly more than 10,000 still waiting for a transplant. More still needs to be done to encourage […]
By Matthew BarrettFollow Matthew on Twitter. The Daily Mail this morning reports on the 118 Conservative MPs who have written to constituents indicating their opposition to gay marriage proposals. The Mail says "Their opposition has been expressed in letters and emails sent to constituents who have contacted them with their own concerns", and points out that […]