Making war does not increase national security – crimes against peace

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,313 Tuesday 12 January 2016. Dear Mr Cameron, A nuclear deterrent and arms proliferation do not increase national security, they increase national insecurity. Invading sovereign nations which have not committed acts of war against the UK are illegal wars which commit the supreme international crime of wars […]

The clear and present danger to Britain isn’t ISIS, it’s the Tories

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,266 Wednesday 25 November 2015. Dear Mr Cameron, £178 billion to be spent on military equipment over 10 years – 20 million people in Britain living in poverty today. You said in a press conference that this military spending would help keep us safe for generations to […]

The Tories, a chauffeur driven, blundering, national disaster

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,263 Sunday 22 November 2015. Dear Mr Cameron, Britain is a rudderless ship. We have a government that’s socially and economically illiterate apart from the bottom line, the dismantling of Britain for profit. In the 2015/16 period George Osborne wants to sell off more public assets in […]

The real threat to Britain’s security is the one who would use nuclear weapons

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,254 Tuesday 10 November 2015. Dear Mr Cameron, On Britain’s nuclear deterrent you’ve said, ‘ There are circumstances in which its use would be justified’. It is impossible to understand under what circumstances it’s use would be justified. As David Shariatmadari put it in has Guardian article, […]

Insulting the intelligence of the nation

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,192 Thursday 03 September 2015. Dear Mr Cameron, You must be enjoying the spectacle of Labour tearing itself apart immensely. Had they applied themselves with such vigour in opposing your policies of attrition against the good people of this country, the last general election might have had […]

The proposed fast tracked powers against extremism are likely to target the voices of reason

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,085 Thursday 14 May 2015. Dear Mr Cameron, I include the following in this letter because it raises the question I want to ask, what constitutes extremism? “The ASA banned the Home Office’s ‘Go Home’ travelling ad campaign, calling it ‘misleading’ as it contained inaccurate arrest statistics. […]