Wednesday, 23 November 2011

Britain's Foreign Secretary, the mojoless William Hague, writes:
This week’s State Visit to the UK by Turkey’s President, Abdullah Gul, reminds us that Turkey is a country that is developing a new role and new links for itself, within and beyond existing structures and alliances. The UK and Turkey have a strong relationship across the range of foreign policy and security issues. Over the last 18 months we have laid firm foundations for that relationship through an ambitious Strategic Partnership which prompted the Turkish Prime Minister, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, to say that relations with the UK had entered a “golden age.” Indeed they have.
Source: Daily Telegraph


Anonymous said...

Not amused.

When is Erdogan turning up to speak to the Turkish colony in the UK, about how much it is against the sharia rights to integrate, or godforbid, assimilate? Like he did in Germany.

Chrysostomos said...

If this video which, at the end, features a quote from Turkey's president is anything to go by I don't think we have much to worry about. If Turkey suspends all talks with the EU whenever Cyprus is the president then the solution is simple: ensure that Cyprus remains the president in perpetuity.

Anonymous said...

UK population growth

"'It was tragic. Your granny had just become the 77millionth person in the UK, then it sank.'

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