{mosimage}Middle East Times, By Rt. Hon. Lord Waddington: The world's major powers have offered a fresh package of incentives to Iran including long-term nuclear and economic cooperation in a bid to get it to abide by U.N. Security Council resolutions calling on it to suspend its uranium enrichment activities.

{mosimage}The Church of England Newspaper, By Baroness Cox: At a time when the Iranian regime has been sanctioned for the third time over its nuclear weapons programme, the Iranian opposition group which first exposed Tehran’s programme could offer a solution to the crisis that now faces us.

{mosimage}The Spectator, By Melanie Phillips: Yesterday evening I joined members of the Iranian resistance and their parliamentary supporters at a House of Commons reception to celebrate the Iranian new year. These dissidents are anxiously awaiting the imminent decision by the Court of Appeal on whether the Home Secretary can appeal against the ruling by the Proscribed Organisations Appeal Commission (POAC) that the proscription of the People's Mojahedin Organisation of Iran (PMOI) — a ban it described as ‘perverse’ — must be lifted.

{mosimage}The Birmingham Post: At a time when Britain and the EU might be expected to help democracy flourish in Iran, they are instead bolstering its oppressive regime, argues Lord Corbett of Castle Vale.