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Posts Tagged: Human Rights
A report from this year’s Project Maya.
Few questions do more to test and clarify arguments than ‘what about?’ – especially when it comes to matters of foreign policy.
A new spectre is haunting Europe – the spectre of populism.
The question for you in this Open Letter is whether you will continue, develop and deepen that Conservative pledge to put human rights at the heart of foreign policy.
Sweepingly-worded legislation passes power from elected leaders to unaccountable judges and the pressure groups whose cases they preside over.
For a government to legislate effectively to defy the court’s rulings while continuing to recognise its authority would be a contradiction in terms.
With the reshuffle barely over, noises are already being made about ditching the meddlesome Convention and Court. But how?
Edward Leigh MP: The lesson of these Euro-elections: Modernisation has failed. Get back to real conservatism. End the Coalition now.
My programme: Let grammars expand. Means-test incidental health costs. The Green Deal is a joke. Immigration is still a farce. Apologise for same sex marriage.
Andrew Rosindell MP: Yes, the leadership has made mistakes. But after last week’s Budget, we must unite to win next year.
We and the country cannot allow Ed Miliband to win, and Nigel Farage to help him to do so.
In November last year, the AECR welcomed an important new member – Turkey’s ruling political party, but there’s a problem…
While our culture may not give two hoots for the humanity of an unwanted embryo, we can’t deny that widespread embryonic (or foetal) selection would alter society
For those countries located on the borders of Europe, there is currently no third way between membership of the EU and Russia’s embrace
Stephen Tall: It’s May 2015. Cameron’s won a majority. And here’s some advice for him from his Chief Whip…
Keep the LibDems on board while appeasing the right. Prepare for full-on conservatism. Oh, and one other small thing…
Church groups who work with fellow-believers abroad believe that the approach I followed as a Minister is right.