I am fed up to the back teeth with people pronouncing that such terrorist atrocities have nothing to do with the perpetrators’ religious views.
Politicians like Geert Wilders who want to ban the Quran and who treat all Muslims as “the enemy within” are doing ISIS’s work for them.
Ministers have a clear duty to obtain legal certainty.
Even when the question is properly specified, they offer voters a binary choice without any consideration of the consequences that potentially flow.
Become educated, dress like you belong and join a political party.
I expect that in the not too distant future there will be more Muslims who believe in Jesus’s virgin birth than Christians; indeed, the crossover point may have been reached.
I would like to see all TV channels broadcasting to England in languages other than English pay an extra tax.
He has resiled from some of his most extreme positions. And the U.S has a constitution which is a beacon for the protection of religious freedom.
If trade was completely cut off, we would lose a larger proportion of our economy than the EU would.
No foreign preacher who rejects religious freedom should be given permission to enter the UK.
Unfortunately, France refuses to accept that any adaptation whatsoever is necessary, and uses Laïcité as a shibboleth to justify its stubbornness.
I would refuse naturalisation as a British citizen to anyone who does not subscribe to the values.
Those complaining are mainly non-Muslim, and their argument seems to amount to simply wishing that Muslim men and women held different beliefs.
A library of these would be a useful tool to help communicate to sceptics the seriousness of the radicalisation threat.
The UK is one of the biggest gainers from EU membership.