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War and Peace

The November 2017 Budget and Spending on War Preparations (euphemistically called “defence”)

The government’s autumn 2017 budget document shows “defence” spending in 2018-19 to be £49,000,000,000 (49 billion pounds) – that is, preparations for war. The Peace Party would replace this with the development of the eight Pillars of Peace: the good ways of keeping us secure and safe.

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Trump: No State Visit!

‘Our position on the state visit has not changed—an offer has been extended and President Trump has accepted.’ Thus spake a Downing Street spokesperson on 11 October this year. We should respect the office of President of the United States, the argument goes, whatever we may think […]

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Terrorism in Western Europe and links with events in South-West Asia and North Africa – Three views

The links between the attack on the Manchester Arena and the ongoing war in Iraq and Syria must be made. That Britain is still at war after fifteen years suggests that some rethinking is required.

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Ten Principles for Peace

The Peace Party welcomes THE COLOMBIA CHARTER and its “10 Principles for Peace”, with the subtitle “Without ideals and values, human conduct lacks a compass”.

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