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Unexpected visit

WHY is Prime Minister David Cameron visiting North African countries such as Libya and Algeria, where there is nothing for us except military intervention or the expense of more foreign aid?

Would the Prime Minister not be better to visit Commonwealth countries, such as Australia and Canada, who are our friends, and with whom we can have beneficial economic relationships?

In particular, why was he in Afghanistan when Australia was being ravaged by forest fires. Has the man no sense at all as to where his loyalties should lie?

Malcolm Parkin

Kinnesswood, Kinross

 

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