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Brendan O’Hara MP

SNP Member of Parliament for Argyll and Bute


Unlike the UK government, the Scottish National Party welcomes the decision by the International Criminal Court to issue arrest warrants against Hamas leaders involved the October 7th atrocity and its decision to file arrest warrants on …

SNP urges Cameron to be ‘on right side of history’ after ICJ’s Israel ruling

As Foreign Affairs Spokesperson for the SNP Westminster Group, I wrote to the Foreign Secretary in response to the finding of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in the case of the Application of the …

Brendan O’Hara MP questions the Foreign Secretary over the situation in Gaza

Tuesday 9th January 2024 was the first opportunity for the Foreign Affairs Select Committee to question the new Foreign Secretary David Cameron, on the situation in Gaza. You can see here the full exchange I …

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