Pages tagged with David Cameron

Analysis of a pivotal speech by PM Freundel Stuart launching celebrations marking Barbados' 50th year of independence. Stuart simplistically accuses others of hypocritically demanding perfection of Barbadians while being imperfect themselves.
This article is about a petition I've started to get the Guardian newspaper to rein in its reckless reporting on the contentious, volatile issue of reparations for trans-Atlantic slavery.
Former Rotheram Council leader Roger Stone's alleged evil deeds have apparently been "twinned" by an American Republican Party activist who shares both his first and last name.
When the British Prime Minister receives the German Chancellor, this Wednesday, he will once again try to explore common interests in European politics. Cameron needs Merkel, but he cannot count on them.
The Chancellor in London rejected reports that the Chancellery a Greek exit from the euro zone was preparing. In another topic, it remains vague.
The French government has struggled to achieve after three days of attacks and hostage-taking authority back, but pays a high price. European leaders including Angela Merkel, demonstrate their solidarity on Sunday in Paris.
In this second instalment of my "conscious coupling" of Barbados' Reverends Holmes Williams and America's William Holmes McGuffey I explore the connections with earthly government that affected their ministries. How did these unquestionable "servants of the Kingdom of heaven" reconci...
Barbadian "Porn-Prince-politician" Donville Inniss may be one of the most deluded individuals on the planet. He says he's upbeat even as Barbados is down-graded by Standards and Poors.
Matter matters, and matters, and matters, and matters, and matters again. We can't serve God and mammon. But if you believe that God made mammon, You will see how mammon need not be your enemy. It can, in fat, be your friend.
Capitalizing - as any "Conservative" commentator would on PM David Cameron's unintended disclosure of the queen's delighted purring at the news that Scotland had voted to forego independence.
One in a series of articles documenting difficulties I have been experiencing working with England's police to address short and long-term threats to my and others business interests, health and security. I address militant Islamic terrorism and other forms of unlawful violence, espe...
David Cameron should be careful and avoid state regulation of the British press howsoever desirous it may be. British press has been irresponsible of late and have indulged in briberies, blackmails and hacking of telephone conversations in order to get juicy stories. But even if the i...
Right now the news that Britain has been operating a secret listening post from the roof of its embassy in Berlin is creating waves. The British embassy in Berlin is close to the German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s office and the German Parliament. Perhaps the secret operation has bee...
First published on December 31 2013, this is the first instalment of a series of open letters I am writing to Pope Francis. This letter does not mention the attempted murder of a Roman Catholic priest and nun by two Rastafarians on the Caribbean island of St Lucia in 2000. That atta...
In this open letter I offer US President Barack Obama consolation as he endures "trial by polls" - Gallup and others. I also seek to enlist the President's help, indirectly, as my battle against many of Barbados' "big ups", as elites are called locally, intensifies. The intensificat...
This is an open letter I've written to British Prime Minister David Cameron requesting his help in my fight against secretive, character assassinating elements in Barbados Prime Minister Freundel Stuart's government. My second letter to the British leader, it has been prompted by my ...
Crimewatch, the BBC’s flagship programme aimed at contributing to the ‘fight against crime’, has re-ignited interest the Madeleine McCann story in a big way this week by dedicating over 25 minutes of air-time to a combination of a reconstruction of the relevant events, interview...
This is the first in a series of articles to mark Black History Month. It links race-relations and business issues, referencing an actual example of how racial discrimination may be linked to an attack on my business.
The Tory Party conference arrived in Manchester this week, a blue-clad juggernaut driving through one of the reddest of cities, politically at least. On Monday, we heard how George Osborne, Chancellor of the Exchequer, plans to reorganise the benefit system; this is why you should den...
David Cameron, the British PM, attended the G20 summit this week and supported military action agains the Assad regime in Syria. Following defeat in Parliament and a clear lack of support from the public, just who is Cameron representing?
There is a constant refrain in Britain from the political classes, especially those on the right, chorused by much of the tabloid press. "Life must mean 'Life'" they say, as if this has a depth of meaning beyond the simple words used. Well, these voices are wrong. Do not just take my ...
Letter exposing questionable, possibly illegal conduct by UK's biggest Domino's Pizza franchisee.
The first in a series of articles looking at Turkish politics and the lessons of the current unrest there for Western leaders.
An essay discussing whether or not British Prime Ministers now dominate the political system to the extent of being like American presidents. Very relevant for politics students.
Mr. Romney's recent diplomatic gaffes in England reveal a deeper, more troubling issue than that of an unprepared presidential candidate.
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