You would think there would be more to debate in the UK right now with all the problems due to Muslim mass migration happening in their backyard, but apparently not.
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The British parliament will formally debate later this month whether to prevent Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump from entering the United Kingdom, the government said Tuesday.
The U.K. parliament on Jan. 18 will debate a petition started last month that garnered more than 550,000 signatures to ban Trump after the outspoken candidate’s proposal to temporarily bar Muslims from entering the U.S.
All petitions that get more than 100,000 signatures are immediately considered for debate, though officials in the U.K. did not signal until Tuesday that they would actually debate the petition to ban Trump.
British Prime Minister David Cameron was among those leaders who condemned Trump’s Muslim ban proposal, saying last month that it was “divisive, unhelpful and quite simply wrong.”
When the left doesn’t like something, they ban it.