Foreign Office Minister Alistair Burt: “I was shocked by the horrific scenes I saw in the documentary that was broadcast on 14 June.”
The Prime Minister passes on his warm greetings for the Tamil New Year in a message to the British Tamil Conservatives.
On Sunday March 27th the Redbridge, East London and Essex Branch of the British Tamil Conservatives was formally launched at a very well attended meeting held at Beal School, Redbridge.
Prime Minister David Cameron has expressed his gratitude for our work in the letter below to the British Tamil Conservatives.
Attached is a message from the Mayor of London Boris Johnson.
At Prime Minister’s Questions Siobhain Mcdonagh,MP raised a question on Sri Lanka and asked whether there should be an independent war tribunal.
In a meeting today with Sri Lankan Foreign Minister Professor GL Peiris, Foreign Secretary William Hague said the political settlement needs to address the needs of all Sri Lanka’s communities.
British Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, Mr. Alistair Burt, responded to questions on Sri Lanka on Tuesday, 14 September, 2010, in the British Parliament.