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Business of the House: Freedom of Thought, Conscience and Religion (1 May 2014)

Jim Shannon: ...the trip to Iran to highlight the case; my hon. Friend is part of that deputation. Those are the sorts of things we need to do. I know that the Government have given a commitment, and Baroness Warsi has been very effective in highlighting the situation of Christians across the world, but what I would like to hear from the Minister today is that every opportunity is taken—I am sure that...

Opposition Day — [14th Allotted Day] — Cyber-bullying: Persecution of Christians (3 Dec 2013)

Jim Shannon: I thank the right hon. Gentleman for that very valuable contribution. I will mention Baroness Warsi later in my speech. She has outlined the issue from the Government’s point of view and explained some of the ideas she is thinking of. I will return to them shortly as I believe they show the direction we should be going in, and hopefully that will address some of the points Members have...

Opposition Day — [14th Allotted Day] — Cyber-bullying: Persecution of Christians (3 Dec 2013)

Jim Shannon: ...comments and that is clearly an issue and China needs to understand that as well. As many Members wish to speak, if I may I will not take any more interventions. Foreign Office Minister Baroness Warsi has an important role to play. She recently drew attention to the persecution of Christians. I commend her for speaking out so boldly and clearly. In her speech she noted that, “the parts...

[Hywel Williams in the Chair] — Persecution of Christians (Middle East) (5 Nov 2013)

Jim Shannon: the apartheid regime in South Africa, one does not have to be a Christian today to see that the defence of persecuted Christians should be a towering priority. I was pleased to meet Baroness Warsi and other Members last week and to read the interesting report prepared by the APPG on international religious freedom. Of great interest was the fact that 75% of the world’s population live...

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