Monthly Archives: September 2015

Cameron’s ‘Women and Children, First’ Plan is Evidence That the Tories Have No Clue How to Play Their Part in the Refugee Crisis

@DanielAdshead25 Since David Cameron announced that Syrian women and children would account for the majority of the 20,000 refugees to be admitted to the UK, over five years, for resettlement, I have expressed sombre alarm. The reason is straightforward and incontrovertibly valid. … Continue reading

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Refugee Crisis Factsheet (A Brief Summary of The Blog Entry)

@DanielAdshead25 1. “We have thousands of homeless in Britain and nearly 1 million using food banks, let’s sort our own house first.” This argument can be dismissed far better by the use of a satirical meme: But in all seriousness … Continue reading

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The Age of Ignorance: Adventures in the Fetid Bog of Prejudice, Ignorance and Misconception Surrounding the Refugee Crisis

@DanielAdshead25 Decades from now historians will study and opine on the current era in which we exist. Human societal development has reached a watershed moment in its evolution: we, in the UK, have fought for emancipation from serfdom; universal suffrage; … Continue reading

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A Snapshot of the British Attitude to The Refugee Crisis

I cried today. Daily I keep abreast of various humanitarian crises, and conflict-affected areas, given my interests and career aspirations. The refugees crisis has shot to the forefront recently and it finally all got too much for me. They say … Continue reading

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