Author Archives: Kevin Algar

Theresa May’s Awesome Political Manoeuvre

While the enemies of democracy were paying attention to the Supreme Court hearing, the one and only, absolutely awesome, Theresa May, our greatest Prime Minister since Winston Churchill, used the sovereignty of Parliament to gloriously out manoeuvre the self serving … Continue reading

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Enemies of Democracy Revealed

The 91 MPs who last night opposed invoking Article 50 by 31st March 2017 are the following. Conservative Ken Clarke Green Caroline Lucas Independent SNP Natalie McGarry Michelle Thomson Labour Rushanara Ali Graham Allen Ben Bradshaw Ann Coffey Neil Coyle … Continue reading

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Urge all 52 Commonwealth countries to commit to ending modern slavery

While a third of the world’s population are Commonwealth citizens, according to the Global Slavery Index a staggering 55% of those currently enslaved reside in Commonwealth countries.2 This means that the Commonwealth is in a unique position to help significantly … Continue reading

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Biram Dah Abeid

Biram Dah Abeid is a leading anti-slavery activist in Mauritania, the country with the highest prevalence of slavery in the world1. The organisation he founded, the Initiative for the Resurgence of the Abolitionist Movement2 has fought for the freedom of … Continue reading

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Lib Dem Focus

Under 50% voted in the Richmond bye election so the new MP has no mandate. People didn’t know what they were voting for. There needs to be a second bye election in the constituency to clarify the result. As a … Continue reading

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Modern Slavery

Originally posted on Safer Suffolk Communities:
The International Day for the Abolition of Slavery, 2 December, marks the date of the adoption, by the General Assembly, of the United Nations Convention for the Suppression of the Traffic in Persons and…

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The Result of Labour’s Education Policies

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