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In too many cases antibiotics have stopped working. That means people are dying of simple infections or conditions like TB (tuberculosis), tetanus, sepsis, infections that should not mean a death sentence, if we do nothing about this there will be a cumulative hit to the world economy of $100 trillion and it is potentially the end of modern medicine as we know it.
We continue to work towards trying to get a good outcome for Tata in south Wales, the sales process is under way, there has been an encouraging number of serious offers coming through, we have just got to stick at it and do everything we can to try to bring this to a successful conclusion. As I have always said, there are no guarantees, we can't guarantee this is going to work but we are doing everything we can.
It’s going to be a very important moment for British-Chinese relations, which are in a very good state, something of a golden era in our relationship, the change we will see is obviously the investment into our infrastructure, Chinese companies employing people and creating jobs. But I think it's also a big win for China as well, having access to a country that is a leading member of the EU and has so many other contacts and roles in the world.
If this is part of international action against ISIL (IS) and that appalling terrorist death cult outfit, then that is all to the good, if, on the other hand, this is action against the Free Syrian Army and in defence of Assad the dictator, then obviously that is a retrograde step, but let's see exactly what's happened.
In Calais, the French government has already been pushing in for extra resources and extra police resources. And the UK government will pushing up to 17 million pounds ($26.5 million) more to ensure the security of the Eurotunnel. we are also adding fencing around the entrance to the tunnel in Coquelles.
For all our successes as a multiracial, multifaith democracy, we have to confront a tragic truth that there are people born and raised in this country who don't really identify with Britain -- and feel little or no attachment to other people here, so when groups like ISIL seek to rally our young people to their poisonous cause, it can offer them a sense of belonging that they lack here at home.
We should put the blame squarely with the criminal human traffickers who are the ones managing, promoting and selling this trade, this trade in human life. we must use all the resources we have, including Britain's aid budget, which can play a role in trying to stabilize countries and trying to stop people from trafficking.
The next Prime Minister walking through that door will be me or (Labour Party leader) Ed Miliband, you can choose an economy that grows, that creates jobs, that generates the money to ensure a properly funded and improving NHS (National Health Service) ... and a government that will cut taxes for 30 million hard-working people ... or you can choose the economic chaos of Ed Miliband's Britain.
It is difficult to imagine the feelings of unfairness that people must feel at being infected with Hepatitis C or HIV as a result of a totally unrelated treatment within the NHS, to each and every one of those people I would like to say sorry on behalf of the government for something that should not have happened.
Obviously we should not do a deal at any price, but I do think the alternatives to doing a deal are not alternatives that are attractive and frankly they are not attractive for Iran, the sanctions that we have put in place ... have done such damage to Iran that it is in their interest to conclude a deal.
It does make a broader point which is the fight against Islamist terror is not just one that we can wage by the police and border control, it needs every school, every university, every college, every community to recognize they have a role to play, we all have a role to play in stopping people from having their minds poisoned by this appalling death cult.
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