“The fact that an animal has a price tag attached to it demonstrates how to some people, animals are simply chattels, on this earth to benefit human beings.” – James Hotham
UN reform could help shape Britain’s role in the world, but the institution is not ripe for British-led change, says Adam Hug.
The Israelis need to elect a moderate government if they are to take the initiative on peace, writes Sir Harold Atcherley, former international businessman and government advisor.
The House of Lords is more likely to evolve in a democratic direction now than at any point in the last century. With both parties in the Coalition Cabinet firmly behind a set of reform proposals, there is serious momentum for change, says Lord Paul Tyler…
Former Liberal Democrat leader Charles Kennedy argues that making vast changes to the way the Coastguard operates in the hope of saving a relatively small amount of money is a false economy.
British policy-makers must seek the facts behind the headlines when it comes to supporting growth, writes the head of the British Bankers’ Association.