What Parliament’s Security Committee began – and was frustrated by the Government in doing – judges must now complete.
Posts Tagged: Libya
It was a textbook case of how Islamist terror works here – or has to date, anyway. We honour and remember those who died.
De-certification of nuclear agreement could lead world leaders to conclude that such deals with the United States are not worth the candle.
“A society that does not judge you for where you come from or your background or how you live your life provided you do no harm to others that is the syncretic genius of our country.”
A dogmatic, utopian insistence on imposing the American model wholesale often runs contrary to establishing stability, growth, and the rule of law.
I can’t find a single example of this policy successfully moderating such an organisation, but plenty of it distorting Western policy.
The Labour leader pledged “change at home and abroad” would reduce the threat of terrorism.
There is no foreign policy that could appease the likes of the Manchester terrorists. Islamists damn us if we intervene, and damn us if we don’t.
Mohammed Amin: As a Muslim, Briton and Mancunian, I believe that defeating terror requires us to stay united
I am fed up to the back teeth with people pronouncing that such terrorist atrocities have nothing to do with the perpetrators’ religious views.
The UK should urgently engage with the Libyan National Army, and support its efforts to defeat the Islamist militias in the West of the country.
The President targeted the Arizona Senator with stinging criticism during the campaign. McCain’s revenge has only just begun.
Nadhim Zahawi: I found myself banned from Trump’s America. But I want his state visit to go ahead – and to tell him why he’s mistaken.
I fear that the President has poured fuel on the fire of extremism; and created enemies, rather than winning friends.
Graeme Archer: Murdered gays. Banned Jews. But stick to those anti-Trump protests, comrade – and avert your eyes.
Thank God for great European leaders, like Merkel, whose idiosyncratic approach to border control played such an understated role in last year’s Brexit vote.
To date, she has seen foreign affairs through the prism of domestic security rather than that of intervention abroad.
If the UK aspires to a global role, we need not just an independent nuclear deterrent but conventional forces that can function without American help.