Category: David Cameron

May 09

Christian Voice May Newsletter

Just published: Christian Voice May Newsletter

The Christian Voice May Newsletter has just been published. Join Christian Voice right now by clicking here to secure your copy by Saturday morning (11th May).  (If your form arrives after 3pm Friday 10th May or over the weekend we’ll post to you on Monday 13th.) Brexit We lead on Brexit, where madness has taken …

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Nov 15

Australia allows ‘gay-marriage’

Australia has voted for 'gay marriage' and gay activists are delighted. This march took place in Melbourne

Australia has voted overwhelmingly in favour of legalising same-sex marriage, reports the BBC. The Australian Bureau of Statistics said 61.6% of people were in favour allowing same-sex couples to counterfeit marriage. 79.5% of voters took part in the non-binding postal vote. Jubilant supporters celebrated in public spaces, waving rainbow flags and singing and dancing. Prime …

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Feb 21

Civil Partnership confusion

Charles Keidan and Rebecca Steinfeld are challenging the Civil Partnership Act

The UK Government’s Civil Partnership law has been thrown into confusion by a case heard today in the Court of Appeal. Charles Keidan and Rebecca Steinfeld brought a case demanding the right to enter into a Civil Partnership.  Currently, under the Civil Partnership Act, only homosexuals can apply.  Or to be more specific, unrelated persons of …

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Feb 09

Article 50 Bill passes House of Commons

The Article 50 Bill, more properly the European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill, has passed all its stages in the House of Commons. The SNP tabled a whole raft of amendments at Committee Stage.  Labour tabled some others.  The House voted on some of them and defeated all it voted on. That meant there was no …

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Jan 27

Theresa May to meet Donald Trump

Tam Dalyell, who died yesterday

Today the Rt Hon Theresa May MP becomes the first world leader to meet President Donald Trump. The media is obsessed with their probable discussions on trade. The UK exports more to the US than we buy from them, so it could get tricky. But trade deals often focus on tariffs or the lifting of …

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Jan 24

Article 50 – UK Parliament will decide

Gina Miller, who brought the legal action.

The Supreme Court ruled this morning the UK Parliament must give its assent before the Government can trigger Article 50 and begin the process of leaving the European Union. The verdict was arrived at by a majority of eight judges to three. It means the Government cannot rely on the ‘prerogative powers’ of the Crown.  Instead, …

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Jan 11

MPs debate Saudi violence in Yemen

MPs will debate the catastrophe of Yemen tomorrow (Thursday 12th January 2017). According to the Parliament website, a fairly innocuous motion has been put down by Stephen Twigg (Labour) and Chris White (Conservative). It says: “That this House notes the ongoing humanitarian crisis in Yemen and the impact of the conflict on civilians; condemns any breach of International Humanitarian Law; and …

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Jan 10

NATO rattles its sabre in Europe

According to reports in the Daily Express, the Independent and RT among others, the US has just landed the biggest shipment of military equipment since the Cold War at Bremerhaven in Germany as part of a NATO build-up. The Express said hundreds of tanks had been off-loaded at the port and are now trundling across Europe …

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Nov 30

EU’s Woman on the Beast

The European Union faces a crisis this weekend, with a referendum in Italy and Austria re-running its presidential election.  But is the entire EU project doomed?  Is the heart of God against the EU just as he was against the antichrist Roman Empire?  If so, have the Eurocrats been hiding their true intentions in plain sight? …

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