According to the BBC, the British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS) is calling for a law to move pro-life protestors ten metres or 33 feet away from abortion facilities in the United Kingdom. The BPAS launched a campaign called “Back Off”, which asks the government to create access zones to prevent women from coming in contact […]
(John Hinderaker) Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdo?an gave a speech in Istanbul yesterday that included a crazed denunciation of the West: “The only condition to overcome the crisis in the Islamic world is unity, solidarity and alliance,” he said. Show More Summary
Control. Control of who comes here. Control of what benefits they receive. That's what David Cameron said the people were demanding on the morning after that broken immigration promise. What was striking about his speech though, wasShow More Summary
Does a legal system that recognizes a right to an abortion in the Constitution's penumbras no longer see free speech protections in the document under bright light? Floyd Mayweather says that he retains the right to speak publicly about abortion in a response to a lawsuit against him by former fiancee Shantel Jackson. Show More Summary
In a passionate speech on Thursday, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro vowed that he would not rest until oil prices were back to "where they should be," reports Venezuelan paper, El Universal. For Maduro's purposes, that's at about...Show More Summary
1. The Prime Minister is quite right. Most people in Britain want controlled immigration. Some, it's true, want zero immigration; but a larger number simply want to feel that we are in charge of whom we admit, and in what numbers. At the moment, thanks to EU rules, they have no such sense. 2. While [...]
One of the aims of David Cameron’s big immigration speech was to settle the issue with his backbenchers before returning to talk about the economy. Based on conversations I’ve had… Continue reading The post Enraged euro-rebels threaten trouble after Cameron’s immigration speech fails to satisfy appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
The big speech has been delivered - you can read our response here, but below we round up the reactions from around Europe - remember, the changes Cameron set out today based on Open Europe's research will require agreement from other EU leaders. Show More Summary
Was David Cameron’s appeal to the voters of Britain and EU leaders on immigration successful? James Forsyth, Isabel Hardman and myself discuss his ‘game changing’ speech on immigration this morning in… Continue reading The post Podcast special: David Cameron’s ‘game changing’ immigration speech appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Teri Hatcher, known for her role on Desperate Housewives and as Lois in the earlier television series, Lois & Clark, addressed the UN on November 25 about the sexual abuse that she horribly experienced as a young child by her uncle;Show More Summary
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David Cameron has talked a good game in his speech today on immigration and Britain's relationship with the EU. He had to, obviously, because if he hadn't pulled something out of the hat everyone who hasn't already left the Conservative party to join UKIP would have done so by now. Show More Summary
An alarm bell interrupted Cameron's speech on immigration at the JCB plant in the Midlands today. It was perhaps a poetic moment given how unhappy Brussels is bound to be about his pledge to demand treaty changes to limit benefits for EU migrants. Show More Summary
Credits: John Minchillo-Pool/Getty Alt Text: David Cameron Prime Minister gives set-piece speech proposing reforms for European Union immigration rules One-Minute Read Friday, November 28, 2014 - 9:14am See related: Boris’s ‘Come toShow More Summary
David Cameron has just finished delivering his ‘game changing’ immigration speech. A lot of it was a narration of why immigration had made Britain the country it is, but why some… Continue reading The post David Cameron’s immigration speech in five points appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Today I want to talk about immigration. Just as this government has a long term plan for where we are taking our country so within that we have a long-term… Continue reading The post David Cameron’s immigration speech: full text appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Alt Text: The Mole As Cameron pledges curbs on benefits, mayor tells Singapore businessmen they are welcome in London Column The Mole Friday, November 28, 2014 - 10:36am Just as David Cameron delivers his tough speech on curbing immigration,...Show More Summary
When officials at the University of California at Los Angeles began negotiating a $300,000 speech appearance by Hillary Rodham Clinton, the school had one request: Could we get a reduced rate for public universities?The answer from Clinton’s representatives: $300,000 is the “special university rate.” Read the rest of The Washington Post article.
If David Cameron’s speech today is more about backbench management than it is about his desperate desire to talk about immigration, then he needs to make sure that what he… Continue reading The post Will Cameron please his backbenchers and EU leaders with his immigration speech? appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Credits: John Minchillo-Pool/Getty Alt Text: David Cameron Prime Minister to give major speech on proposed reforms for European Union immigration rules One-Minute Read Friday, November 28, 2014 - 9:14am Migrants from the European Union...Show More Summary