2034 – a timely novel about the global threat posed by the Chinese Communist Party and, in the context of the UK’s Integrated Review, why countries need to stand together to defend their liberties and prevent the fiction of 2034 becoming a reality

2034 – a timely novel about the global threat posed by the Chinese Communist Party and, in the context of the UK’s Integrated Review, why countries need to stand together to defend their liberties and prevent the fiction of 2034 becoming a reality

Just finished reading 2034 – a dystopian novel which looks at the scenario which could tip the world into its Third World War. Written by Elliot Ackerman and James Stavridis –  who both served as officers in the military. This narrative is set against the...

G7 Foreign Ministers Announce That They Stand With Hong Kong.  CCP’s Amazing Achievement in Uniting  Foreign Ministers of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom and the United States of America and the High Representative of the European Union

G7 Foreign Ministers Announce That They Stand With Hong Kong. CCP’s Amazing Achievement in Uniting Foreign Ministers of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom and the United States of America and the High Representative of the European Union

https://www.gov.uk/government/news/hong-kong-g7-statement-on-hong-kong-electoral-changes Press release Hong Kong: G7 statement on Hong Kong electoral changes G7 Foreign Ministers have issued the following statement on China's decision to erode democratic elements of...

Government challenged to say what single action the UK has taken to hold the Chinese Communist Party to account for breaching the internationally binding Sino-British joint declaration and  pressed to say what assessment is being made of the CCP’s involvement in the UK’s critical national infrastructure – such as the China General Nuclear Power Group, which is blacklisted in the US for stealing nuclear secrets, but which owns one-third of Hinkley Point in the United Kingdom. And Letter to The Times explaining the difference between being pro China and Chinese people but hostile to the CCP’s brutality and ideology

Government challenged to say what single action the UK has taken to hold the Chinese Communist Party to account for breaching the internationally binding Sino-British joint declaration and pressed to say what assessment is being made of the CCP’s involvement in the UK’s critical national infrastructure – such as the China General Nuclear Power Group, which is blacklisted in the US for stealing nuclear secrets, but which owns one-third of Hinkley Point in the United Kingdom. And Letter to The Times explaining the difference between being pro China and Chinese people but hostile to the CCP’s brutality and ideology

11th March 2021 Letter to The Times March 11th 2021 explaining the difference between being pro China and the Chinese people but hostile to the CCP's brutality and ideology Government challenged to say what single action the UK has taken to hold the Chinese Communist...

Lord David Alton

For 18 years David Alton was a Member of the House of Commons and today he is an Independent Crossbench Life Peer in the UK House of Lords.

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