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Foreign Secretary, Boris Johnson refuses to apologise over Libya comments During the Conservative Party conference, Boris Johnson remarked that the Libyan city of Sirte would be a good tourist destination "when they clear the dead bodies away". In light of the recent conflict in Libya, this comment not only… Read more
Featured in The National, speaking at a Westminster Hall debate on human rights in Iran: Labour’s Fabian Hamilton, who represents Leeds North East, also highlighted Rouhani’s Scottish connection, saying: “In spite of the thesis that he wrote while at university in Glasgow, we have seen no significant human rights improvements in… Read more
Fabian Hamilton MP: Statement on synagogue vandalism in Leeds North East “As a Jew, the vandalism at the Etz Chaim synagogue in Alwoodley was particularly hurtful for me on a personal level, but to happen in my own constituency was even more of a disappointment. It is important we treat… Read more
Fabian Hamilton MP, Shadow Minister for Peace and Disarmament, statement on the Nobel Peace Prize, awarded to the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN): “As a long-time supporter of ICAN and the work it does to encourage the ultimate abolition of nuclear weapons worldwide, I am extremely pleased… Read more