By Steve McCabe MP

There are not too many issues that attract bipartisan support in Washington, D.C., these days. One exception is a strong cross-party desire to confront Iran’s continuing direct involvement in and sponsorship of extremist violence.

The latest example occurred on October 29, when more than 80 rockets rained down on innocent Iranians in the Camp Liberty refugee center located near the Baghdad International Airport.

By Lord Maginnis of Drumglass

“Silence on Tehran’s abysmal human rights record is and must not an option.”

Whether one supports the nuclear deal with Iran or not, one must accept that it is the new reality in which further Western policies toward Iran will have to operate.

By Lord Clarke of Hampstead CBE

IT appears that the recent nuclear agreement with Iran will survive, and we can only hope that the monitoring and verification will be strong enough to keep the Mullahs under intensive scrutiny to safeguard against any secret efforts to evade or undermine it.

By Lord Maginnis of Drumglass

Last month's agreement with the harsh Tehran regime over its nuclear programme may be touted by proponents as the conclusion to a decade-long dispute. But surely this optimistic assessment it is no more realistic than was the Munich Accord signed 77 years ago this month.