David Grimason has today announced he will take his campaign for a strong Arms Trade Treaty to the United Nations during the final talks in New York.
Mr Grimason's son Alistair was two-years-old when he was shot dead during a holiday to Turkey in 2003 and he has campaigned for tougher laws on arms ever since.
Alistair was asleep in his pram in a cafe when an argument broke out at a nearby table and a man opened fire - killing...
A new report by Oxfam published today (Thu 14 June) highlights the "perfect storm" facing the poorest people in the UK.
Our Prime Minister has kicked off 2012 by announcing a pledge to half the amount of red-tape and calling health and safety laws a 'monster'. This is part of a promise he made last year to wage 'war' on the enemies of enterprise.
Hardly appropriate language, in that he is implicitly equating bureaucrats with other targets of government 'wars' - terrorists and drug dealers.
The reason why this language jars...