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Brexit: High drama in Brussels and London

  Rayhan Ahmed Topader:   The EU’s plan to offer the UK an extension until 31 January 2020 is expected to be put on hold after Boris Johnson threatened to pull the Brexit deal if Jeremy Corbyn rejects a general election. Sources said the dramatic developments in Westminster needed to be fully understood and the choreography in Brussels could change. ...

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EVERYBODY KNOWS ABOUT IT EXCEPT THE ACC

  F R Chowdhury:   We have an Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) to deal with corruption. Corruption does not mean monetary/ financial corruption alone; it also includes other forms of corruption. Nepotism and favouritism are also corruption. If the commission works in full force then corrupt officials should be scared of indulging in corruption. Country should be free of corruption. If ...

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Bangladesh – I am so proud

By Naz Islam: My recent visit to Bangla-desh was incredible, a truly memorable experience to last a lifetime. I visit Bangladesh relatively frequently, at least once or twice a year, but my visit in September 2019 will always be the most eventful and remarkable. For those of you who don’t know, I am involved with the Conservative Party here in ...

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Global diplomatic influence.of Saudi Arabia

Rayhan Ahmed Topader:   The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is a major actor in Middle Eastern as well as global politics. The kingdom has justified this proactive foreign policy approach as a necessary response to force Shiʿa powerhouse Iran to scale back its presence in Arab countries and to keep Iranian power under check. Lately, the kingdom is pursuing policies ...

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Solihull Muslims; the Pakistanis and execising disgraceful  haram forbidden nature Infected into Bengalis too 

  Fatema Miah:   When some UK people are showing phobia symptoms of disliking  Islam, what is said to be islamophobia, already by then I have devastatingly broken down, destructed, my huge and vast  andurance capacity smashed down,  crushed  up to minuet atomic dust pieces, my tolerance and it’s engine mechanism blown off,  and made to clasp down by Pakistani ...

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The Fallacies are apparent in society and political sphere. 

Fatema Miah:   I couldn’t refrain from recalling fallacies (bias types)  are unignorablly apparentl in society and in the current political affairs. People studied fallacies in school and A level in English, Fallacies are taught in depth, per Critical Thinking is complementary part of the Qualification that scemed into educational plan  In A Level English.  Logic and wisdom is thoroughly ...

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The phenomenon of good leadership

Rayhan Ahmed Topader:   Values are the guiding principles in our lives.  Leadership occurs within the context of core values. Leaders guide and facilitate others to make a positive difference in their own lives and to contribute to a larger good. Values inform the application of leadership qualities as the competencies of leadership are activated learned, developed, and practiced  within ...

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Global Britain and Thriving Bangladesh – the case for UK –Bangladesh ties.

By Mehfuz Ahmed: Since the founding of Conservative Friends of Bangladesh 13 years ago, I have led 5 visits to Bangladesh with Conservative Parliamentarians and activists. Our project, Shapla (named after the national flower of Bangladesh) which builds bridges between the UK and Bangladesh on economic, political and social fronts has been privileged to have had Cabinet Ministers feature. There ...

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Food is essential as nutrition and  medicine

Fatema Miah: Food is essential fundemental aspect for survival and the same food is the medicine for body to maintain healthy immune system.  Food necessity, from 2014 to 2016 (from the United Nations and the Food and Agriculture Organisation) indicate that around 795 million people (around 1 in 9 of the world’s 7.3 billion people) are chronically undernourished without access ...

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Worsening and becoming life-threatening refugees and migrants

Rayhan Ahmed Topader:   Health care access for refugees and migrants Legal status is one of the most important determinants of the access of migrants to health services in a country. Each refugee and migrant must have full, uninterrupted access to a hospitable environment and, when needed, to high-quality health care, without discrimination on the basis of gender, age, religion, ...

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