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We now need some clear leadership across many nations


The Afghanistan crisis is currently demonstrating a great deal of individual voices from within our nation that have a similar amount of influence to all of the others. The failure from within our Government and the lack of connection to … Continue reading

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A No-Deal Brexit is rejected by MPs like Tim Loughton


On Tuesday, two days before our Government had its final deadline to strike a deal with the EU (which they failed to achieve) a number of MPs including three from Sussex took part in the second reading of the National … Continue reading

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How close to solving the problem are we?


Over the last few days I have seen a number of pieces being posted on the internet about the future of our economy beyond the 31st December and the prospects of trade deals. This image was published just over two … Continue reading

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After the EU, UNESCO then the UN and NATO and then where next?


The decision by our International Development Minister to publicly state her desire to withdraw us from the United Nations agency UNESCO should raise all sorts of concerns amongst the nation that created UNESCO and which has benefited enormously from it … Continue reading

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The need for a different approach


A few days ago the Conservative Party published a short video message pointing out that our exporting trade with India and China has grown by 20% over the last year. This prompted me to check out the latest Office for … Continue reading

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Why a second EU referendum is vital


I confess to being someone who voted to remain, and would do the same again today if a referendum was being held (being a Thursday it is more likely today than tomorrow). However despite this my view that a second … Continue reading

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We need international co-operation


The decision by the USA to intervene militarily in Syria following the appalling use of chemical weapons by Assad or Russia on innocent Syrian people appears to have been taken in isolation from the rest of the world, and possible … Continue reading

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Cowardice and Immorality


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How to respond to Kunduz


I wrote on Sunday calling on the Government as a key member of NATO to demand a response from the American Government following the terrible bombing raid on the MSF Hospital in Kunduz. A location that both American and Afghan … Continue reading

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Can pay, won’t pay


Citizenship carries with it certain responsibilities as well as rights and dual citizenship can on occasions lead to even greater challenges. In the late 1990’s I was a financial adviser and one of my clients who was American born but … Continue reading

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