Reversing the Drift Towards Bloodbath Politics

The murder of Sir David Amess last Friday has sent shock waves through our political establishment and has rightly prompted a spontaneous outpouring of messages of sympathy and condolence for the Amess family, and of outrage that such a brutal attack should have taken place in our country.

It is shocking that in Britain with our long tradition of freedom of speech and of freedom of expression, Members of Parliament (MPs) should no longer Continue reading “Reversing the Drift Towards Bloodbath Politics”