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 Tony Benn - “What's important is the people who have come on the march. We have built relationships with Muslims, Jews, Christians, blacks, whites. We want to dismiss the idea that it's a religious war, which it isn't.”
 Tony Benn - “It is an absolute disgrace. You can't bug anyone's telephone without a warrant, which is express written consent personally signed by the Home Secretary. Why should you have less protection over the Internet”
 Tony Benn - “The House of Lords is the British Outer Mongolia for retired politicians.”
 Hilary Benn - “We have very little time to help left,”
 Hilary Benn - “Time is running out,”
 Hilary Benn - “There is a continued need for more helicopter capacity, to move in the inaccessible areas. The terrain here is very difficult and winter is approaching.”
 Tony Benn - “I did not enter the labor Party forty-seven years ago to have our manifesto written by Dr. Mori, Dr. Gallup and Mr. Harris.”
 Tony Benn - “If you file your waste-paper basket for fifty years, you have a public library.”
 Hilary Benn - “Our immediate contribution of 3 million pounds will help deliver food to those most in need. But on its own, this emergency response will not help people to escape from poverty and hunger.”
 Hilary Benn - “The cut of 15m will be reallocated to help the UN provide humanitarian relief, including food and health care, for people who have had to leave their homes as a result of the conflict in northern Uganda.”
 Aluf Benn - “The 'day after' begins today, and the peace process between Israel and the Palestinians goes into a holding pattern, while each side becomes occupied with its own election campaigns.”
 Aluf Benn - “This is the first time that an incumbent prime minister is declaring his intention of dismantling dozens of settlements, and nothing is happening. No demonstrations and protests, no rebellion within the party, and no media uproar.”
 Tony Benn - “Whenever a Concorde flies, people look at it, it's very graceful, it's very beautiful, it is a symbol of peace and international understanding.”
 Hilary Benn - “Those are differences that spring from the individual decisions of donors, no doubt rational in their own right, but they result in an irrational and an unfair outcome.”
 Hilary Benn - “I am concerned by recent developments in Uganda and I have decided to cut 15 million pounds from our planned budget support this year and postpone a decision on whether to provide a further five million pounds until after the elections.”
 Hilary Benn - “Internationally, it is true the response hasn't frankly been good enough, and I don't understand it because nobody can be in any doubt whatsoever about the scale of the crisis,”
 Tony Benn - “The anti-war movement now represents a majority in the country.”
 Hilary Benn - “Delays in getting aid to those who need it cost lives. That is why we need to ensure we have the means to deliver it straight away and why we need this emergency fund.”
 Hilary Benn - “The government of Sudan has should be under no doubt whatsoever - we (the international community) are serious about our commitment to support the International Criminal Court,”
 Hilary Benn - “Every year up to three million children die from diseases that could be prevented by vaccines that are available now or could be in the near future.”
 Hilary Benn - “The situation for many people forced from their homes by the conflict in northern Uganda is desperate. That's why I am reallocating GBP15 million to help the U.N. provide food and access to health care to those affected.”
 Hilary Benn - “The cut of 15m will be reallocated to help the UN provide humanitarian relief, including food and health care, for people who have had to leave their homes as a result of the conflict in northern Uganda.”
 Hilary Benn - “It is a very, very important deal. But there are other countries represented on the World Bank board in particular and they need to support it too.”
 Tony Benn - “We would be told that it had been done to uphold the principles of the nuclear non-proliferation treaty (NPT) - an argument that does not stand up to a moment's examination,”
 Tony Benn - “It's a good question why this bill passed through the Commons so easily, but perhaps lawyers in the House of Lords can cause enough anxiety for them to send it back to the Commons for better consideration.”

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