Until the UK parliament stopped him, David Cameron was using Syria's refugees to justify military intervention in Syria, now he's using a paltry 500 of them to prove the UK is 'open-hearted'.
Why do so many powerful people take seriously the fatuous and ill-informed pronouncements of the man who took Britain into catastrophic and disastrously misconceived wars?
446 British soldiers and thousands of Afghan civilians have died: whatever else you say about Britain's 'mission' in Afghanistan, it is only a success in the sense that Iraq and Libya are successes.
We need a different kind of boycott that will make Israel realize, just as South Africa once had to, that it must change, and that there will be a penalty for war against Palestinian civilians
Mandela’s legacy should not be left in the hands of hypocrite politicians, millionaires and moronic celebrities
After Afghanistan, Iraq and Libya -- with maybe Syria and Iran to follow -- you'd think Britain had had its fill of endless war, but here's David Cameron threatening more against Somalia.
What can we learn from the reaction of Jewish settlers in Jerusalem to an injured 13-year-old boy lying on the pavement.
War is a lucrative business and the ‘war on terror’ – read Islamic extremism – keeps the $1.3 trillion a year global arms industry in clover.