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Rishi Sunak under mounting pressure to speed up law to protect venues against terror attacks

Published on 14th August 2023 Published in National News

Rishi Sunak  is under mounting pressure to bring forward promised protections against terror attacks  in venues and public places.  The mother of Manchester Arena victim Martyn Hett, Figen Murray, has been campaigning for a law in his name for four years, with the backing of victims of terrorism, former senior …

Sunday Telegraph EV cars

Overzealous net zero targets open the back door to an invasion of Chinese cars on Britain’s roads

Published on 6th August 2023 Published in National News

The presenters of Top Gear pulled no punches as they ridiculed Chinese cars on a visit to the country just over a decade ago.  “It is the most tragic looking thing,” Jeremy Clarkson boomed, looking down at one manufacturer’s effort to imitate the iconic Mini Cooper.  “Like someone has described …

Daily Telegraph NZ

Priti Patel: We must pause net zero targets; Former home secretary warns voters are being “left behind” by the pursuit of green policies

Published on 31st July 2023 Published in National News

DAME PRITI PATEL has urged the Government to pause its net zero targets as she warned voters are being “left behind” by the pursuit of green policies.  The former home secretary criticised a “corrosive culture” of pursuing time limited targets amid pressure on ministers to redraw some of their current …

Daily Express small boats lawyers

Small boats crisis won’t be solved without a clampdown on lefty lawyers, says Priti Patel

Published on 30th July 2023 Published in National News

Former Home Secretary Priti Patel has demanded that the Government has “a clampdown on lefty lawyers” who are gaming the system to prevent Britain from tackling the small boats crisis across the Channel. Ms Patel, who was Boris Johnson’s Home Secretary, has already run into problems from leftwing activist lawyers who prevented her Rwanda …

PP Rwanda article

I share your anger at Rwanda legal wrangle but only a noisy few are against the flights

Published on 30th June 2023 Published in National News

SUN readers will be dismayed by the Court of Appeal decision to rule against plans to send asylum seekers to Rwanda and have their claims processed there. Each month, thousands attempt the illegal and dangerous crossing of the Channel from the safety of France, and you rightly expect the Government …

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