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.

By Sir David Amess MP

The above title may seem like a contradiction in terms. To say that something is at once a failure and an opportunity is like saying that it is moving forward and backward at exactly the same time. But that is exactly what is happening with regard to Iran and its nuclear weapons programme.

By Lord Carlile of Berriew CBE QC

Co-chair of the British Parliamentary Committee for Iran Freedom (BPCIF) Lord Carlile of Berriew calls on the Government to condemn the human rights situation in Iran with nearly 700 executions since January 2015.

By Professor Lord Alton of Liverpool

When, at the end of March, the Iran nuclear negotiations were approaching the deadline for a framework agreement, there was some speculation about whether a breakthrough would refocus some of the world’s attention on the issue of Iran’s abysmal record of human rights violations. But, as near as I can tell, this did not happen.