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Blog - phones in cells

AT first sight, proposals to install telephones in in prison cells look questionable, with private phones joining television, sports facilities and lending libraries as possible unearned privileges.

Blog - I remain unconvinced

At first glance, it would appear that the Prime Minister has crossed her own red lines on our future relationship with the EU, putting her weight behind a Brexit that has certainly turned them pink.

Blog - betrayal in the Lords

So far, the Lords have inflicted eight substantial defeats on the Government with amendments to the EU Withdrawal Bill. The latest defeat last night, would if ever enacted, allow the Lords to block Brexit through a complicated series of triggers, thereby reversing the result of the referendum.

Blog - free school meals and universal credit

For the second time in a month, local campaigners are suggesting that the new rules governing free school meals after the full introduction of Universal Credit will deprive large numbers of Dorset children of the chance of a meal at school.

Blog - Syrian strikes were necessary

WE live in interesting times. Last week’s decision to bomb three chemical weapons facilities in Syria was not an easy one for the UK, the US and France.

Blog - they continue to disrespect the democratic vote

YET again, diehard Remainers are attempting to overturn the biggest single vote in this nation’s history. MPs Anna Soubry and Chuka Umunna, in particular, are spearheading a new, cross-Party campaign to put Mrs May’s final Brexit agreement to the people - again.

Blog - Prince Harry to marry

From the moment the bookies stopped taking bets last week, the writing was on the wall. So congratulations to Prince Harry, who has announced his engagement to American actress Meghan Markle this morning.

Blog - New York City Attack

New York City’s TriBeCa area, formerly home to the twin towers, has again come under attack by Islamic terrorism.