Powell Claimed

Some articles on powell, powell claimed, claimed:

Enoch Powell - Ulster Unionist - 1974-9
... In a sudden general election in October 1974, Powell returned to Parliament as Ulster Unionist MP for South Down, having rejected an offer to stand as a candidate for the National Front ... Since 1968, Powell had been an increasingly frequent visitor to Northern Ireland, and in keeping with his general British nationalist viewpoint, he sided strongly with the Ulster Unionists ... During its second reading, Powell warned of passing legislation "in haste and under the immediate pressure of indignation on matters which touch the fundamental liberties of the subject for both ...
Enoch Powell - Ulster Unionist - 1983-7
... In 1984, Powell claimed that the Central Intelligence Agency had murdered Earl Mountbatten of Burma and that the deaths of the MPs Airey Neave and Robert Bradford were ... In autumn 1985, riots broke out in London and Birmingham, and Powell repeated his belief that civil war would be the result of immigration and called ... At a meeting of the Monday Club Powell said when someone compared him to Garnett, "Garnett, Alf Garnett? Who's he? One of the new ministers?" Powell later came into conflict with Thatcher during ...
Enoch Powell - Post-parliamentary Life - 1987-92
... Powell claimed in an article for The Guardian on 7 December 1988 that the new Western-friendly foreign policy of Russia under Mikhail Gorbachev heralded "the death and burial of the American empire" ... negotiate German reunification, signalling to Powell that the last gasp of American power in Europe to be replaced by a new balance of power not resting on military force but on the "recogniti ... for the Sunday People the same month, he claimed the Conservative Party was "rejoining Enoch" on the European Community but repeated his warning of ...
Powellism - Nationalism - Immigration
... Powell's opposition to mass immigration derived from his nationalist outlook ... Powell claimed that the children of Commonwealth immigrants to Britain did "not, by being born in England, become an Englishman ... Powell claimed that Commonwealth immigration to Britain post-1945 was "in point of numbers out of all comparison greater than anything these islands have ever ...

Famous quotes containing the words claimed and/or powell:

    The faceless head lay still. I could not run
    Or walk, but stood. Alone in the public clearing
    This private thing was owned by all the town,
    Though never claimed by us within my hearing.
    Allen Tate (1899–1979)

    Our strategy in going after this army is very simple. First we are going to cut it off, and then we are going to kill it.
    —Colin Powell (b. 1937)