Category Archives: PMQs

The Government has failed to protect the rights of British citizens (video)

Ming Campbell discusses his concerns with the unfair US/UK extradition treaty, as raised with (but not addressed by) the Prime Minister at Question Time on Wednesday. Be Sociable, Share! Tweet

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Iraq: Change the strategy or else get out

At Prime Minster’s Questions today, Ming Campbell MP pressed Mr Blair on his strategy on Iraq. The United Nations calculates that there are 3,000 Iraqi civilians being killed every month. In those circumstances, how can the Prime Minister maintain that …

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Campbell presses Blair over ‘unfair’ US extradition treaty

At Prime Minister’s Questions today, Liberal Democrat Leader, Ming Campbell MP called for reciprocity in the extradition treaty between Britain and the United States, asking whether the Prime Minister felt it was fair that British citizens can be extradited to …

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Urgent action needed in the Middle East

At Prime Minister’s Questions today, Liberal Democrat Leader, Ming Campbell MP called for immediate action to avert a tragedy in the Middle East: A full transcript of today’s exchange is below: Ming Campbell: May I begin Mr speaker by associating …

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Campbell confronts Blair on rendition

At Prime Minister’s Question Time today, Ming Campbell MP questioned the Prime Minister over his Government’s position on US President George W. Bush’s policy of rendition and secret detention. Ming Campbell asked: Can he confirm that the United Kingdom has …

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