by Brian Binley, former Conservative MP and the former president of International Campaign in defence of Camps Ashraf and Liberty

Now the new British Prime Minister has taken office, one of the first and greatest challenges to be addressed will be the threat posed by the Islamic Republic of Iran. The seriousness of that threat has become undeniable in the wake of Iran’s seizures of commercial vessels, including a British-flagged tanker, in and around the Strait of Hormuz.

by Lord Maginnis of Drumglass

One can never convert an evil nuisance like Iran through being careful

The Iranian regime is, currently, high among the most trouble-making regimes of the world if not the highest in terms of pure nuisance value.

by Bob Blackman MP

Bob Blackman MP writes ahead of a rally in central London organised by Iranians in exile and supporters of the Iranian opposition coalition, the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI).

On Saturday 27 July the Anglo-Iranian Communities will hold a major rally in London and they will be joined by cross-party politicians.

by Professor Lord Alton of Liverpool

On June 15, thousands of Iranians marched in the streets of Brussels in support of anti-regime protests in Iran and the popular call for regime change in the country. And yet this was only the first of several marches that will take place in different parts of the world in coming weeks. The next one will be in Washington DC on June 21, followed by others in Berlin, Stockholm and London.