No respite for Nazanin

What a shame.

This was nothing to do with efforts by the Conservative government to negotiate the release of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe from the Iranian prison where she has been unjustly held for so long on false charges.

She had been released for three days to see her daughter, and it had been hoped that this release would be extended. This has not happened.

Just think – if Boris Johnson had been capable of doing his job properly, she could have been back in the UK before Christmas.

Now Mr Johnson is on the backbenches and one has to wonder whether he is even capable of acting responsibly as a constituency MP. Can anyone provide information on this?

And the title of Foreign Secretary has now fallen to Jeremy Hunt, who seems to prefer hobnobbing with murderous dictators, rather than helping UK citizens.

It seems Mr Johnson set the bar so low that Mr Hunt isn’t even trying.

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1 thought on “No respite for Nazanin

  1. jg

    which is why there needs to be a law apart from the silly little disciplinary procedure that not only holds Ministers accountable but MP’S and there advisors accountable, with no parliamentary privilege, that takes into account minister’s who policy have caused endess suicide, self-harm type events or even just generally worsened a person condition when they have been told the person has a condition and make them accountable, would this work, well I let you think about this, would fist pumping smith have been doing that and finding it funny, would google eyed osbourne be carrying out austerity measures when he got his good deal for britian, would polish my nails Mcvey be standing on the banks of Nottingham saying uc works, would any of the liars on the pretty red bus of lies be still lying, would we have lying companies that tell us there assessments are good, would we have a failing prison service of we had accountable law by so called government, yes we would, because if they were accountable by law we need a new prison for them, then and only then will we have a government you can look up to. ask yourself one question look at this current lot and ask yourself do you think these people are fit to govern without laughing, if your laughing you know the above is true. if tory boy is reading this c’mon prove me wrong

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