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Paris, Climate Change and Terrorism

The Council Chamber in Paris where the European Section, CEMR discussed climate change and Syria It’s not often that I get emotional about being a politician or the work that I do but the five days that I spent in … Continue reading

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No easy answers to dealing with Daesh

If anyone thinks that there are easy answers to dealing with the problems of Syria and the Daesh group which lays claim to parts of Syria and other Countries then they are either ill-informed or stupid. I can understand the … Continue reading

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Liverpool stands side by side with the people of Paris

The Tricolour is the flag for all of us today Yesterday I was proud but sad to attend a vigil for the dead of Paris outside Lime Street Station. The vigil had been called at very short notice by some … Continue reading

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Labour and the strange case of the missing £116,000,000,000

Jez we Can? (probably not!) One of the most bizarre claims made by Jeremy Corbyn in the leadership election was that £120 billion was being lost to the Treasury by tax evasion and avoidance and downright cheating. That claimed Mr … Continue reading

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