Robert Prager
I'm a management consultant, specialising in business process redesign and change enablement for public sector clients. Brought up in South West London, I've recently migrated to North West London. I studied Politics at the University of Leeds, where I specialised in British Politics and constitutional affairs, culminating in a research project analysing Conservative Party attitudes on civil liberties from 1979 to 2013.

Entries by Robert Prager

Campus Politics at Leeds University

(3) Comments | Posted 31 January 2013 | (22:02)

Universities across the UK are a melting pot of different ideas. This is extremely important for the enrichment of learning, since it provides students with the opportunity to debate and discuss ideas, and organise protests on critical issues.

The Leeds University Islamic Society recently organised a mock checkpoint outside...

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Proof the Conservatives Can be Trusted on Civil Liberties

(0) Comments | Posted 16 October 2012 | (15:22)

Theresa May's decision to block the extradition of Gary McKinnon to the United States has proven that the Conservatives can be trusted on justice and constitutional affairs. David Cameron and his team of shadow ministers were right to promise to halt the extradition of Mr McKinnon whilst in opposition, and...

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Abu Hamza's Lengthy and Expensive Delay of Justice

(7) Comments | Posted 25 September 2012 | (12:37)

After an excruciating few months, The European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) have definitively rejected an appeal from Abu Hamza and four other terror suspects, meaning they can finally be extradited to the United States to face justice. The court ruled earlier this year that the individuals in question could...

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