Peter Hain


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Ministers themselves say the UK should remain part of the PEACE programme. But they have not faced up to the reality that this cannot be squared with their policy of leaving the jurisdiction of the ECJ. The government needs to bow to reality and accept that this programme will require the softening of their unnecessary red line on judicial
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Aug 19 2017 Northern Ireland
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Peter Hain is associated, including Angola, USA, and troops. Most recently, Peter Hain has been quoted saying: “Although I think that Keir Starmer is doing a brilliant job, there is a massive appetite in the country for protecting jobs and prosperity through retaining membership of the single market, [and] that is what we should prioritise. I'm confident we can get a deal to restrict EU migrants to just those who work.” in the article Labour politicians join forces to fight against Tories' hard Brexit.
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Mar 05 2017 - Northern Ireland

I thought I’d be the last minister to govern from London. But after the collapse of power-sharing, and now this seismic election result, I’m not so sure.It was an it-will-never-ever-happen moment when, in May 2007, Ian Paisley and Martin McGuinness together took power in Northern Ireland’s devolved government. Optimism reigned, and I said I would be the “last direct-rule secretary of state”. But after 10 years of stable and peaceful devolution that prediction could be

Mar 03 2017 - Northern Ireland

To effectively hand power back to London would I think be a disaster for devolution and a serious set back for progress in Northern

Mar 03 2017 - Northern Ireland

That would be a total failure of the politicians of Northern

Nov 26 2016 - Human Rights

His troops inflicted the first defeat on South Africa's troops in Angola in 1988, a vital turning point in the struggle against

Sep 16 2011

It is a very difficult operation to break through whilst not causing the rest of it to collapse on the rescue workers and creating an even more terrible tragedy. All in all, I described this as a grim and harrowing situation and I'm afraid it still remains

Apr 11 2011

It's vital that there is a full and proper public

Jan 24 2008

I seriously regret the mistake in declaring the donations late and I have co-operated as soon as I was able to with the electoral commission in providing all the details they asked for and I will of course cooperate in the future with the

Mar 26 2007

If the parties come back jointly, especially Sinn Fein and DUP, and tell me before the end of tomorrow (Monday), that they've got another way of doing it, and it's cast iron, obviously I'll have to look at it, because I don't want to stop this process for its own

Sep 14 2005

There can be no excuse for any politician to turn a blind eye to murder attempts on Northern Ireland police officers, or to the instigation of communityviolence. No

May 10 2005

All I will say is the only path forward is to get all the parties together, negotiating together, to get the Northern Ireland assembly up and running, to get an end to criminality and paramilitary activity. There is no other future for Northern

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