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Conservative MPs have reacted with anger after Chris Grayling was handed a seat on Parliament's prestigious Intelligence and Security Committee.
Boris Johnson has unveiled the biggest review of the UK’s defence, security and foreign policy since the end of the Cold War.
Ian Murray has hit out at Labour deputy leadership rival Richard Burgon's "fantasy" plan to let the party's members decide whether or not it should back military action.
Labour members would be able to veto any military action being supported by the party's leadership under radical plans being proposed by Richard Burgon.
The climate emergency, global poverty, terrorism and people trafficking cannot be tackled unless we invest in defence, diplomacy and development. All three must work together in the 21st Century, writes Lord McConnell
The US Secretary of State is flying into London for talks amid mounting American and Tory backbench anger over the decision to allow Huawei to help run the UK's 5G network.
Dominic Raab has been forced to defend the Government from its own backbenchers after ministers controversially allowed Chinese firm Huawei to help set up the UK’s 5G network.
Chinese telecoms giant Huawei will be allowed to run "non-core" parts of the UK's 5G network despite a string of concerns from Tory MPs and the United States, it has been confirmed.
Boris Johnson will chair a crucial meeting of the National Security Council on Tuesday amid signs he will press ahead with a controversial decision to award Huawei a role in the UK's 5G network.
Ministers would be letting the Chinese government "nest a dragon" in the UK's 5G network if they press ahead with a decision to let Huawei help run it, Tory MPs have warned.
Representing one-quarter of the RAF, and with a track record on procurement, I believe I am the right person to chair the Defence Committee and hold government to account
The lethal US drone strike on the Iranian General Qasem Soleimani should be a wake-up call to all those concerned with global stability, security and adherence to international law, write Lord Hodgson and Baroness Stern
We need new thinking about how the government spends its defence budget. I have the experience to bring this as chair of the Defence Select Committee, writes Bernard Jenkin MP
The Defence Committee demands a strong and experienced chair who will speak up without fear or favour, writes James Gray MP
The rise of China and the fundamental questions about the UK’s hard power capacity are major issues for the Defence Select Committee, writes Tobias Ellwood MP
Boris Johnson is facing fresh calls to guarantee that veterans of the Troubles will not face "unfair prosecution" as the Northern Ireland Assembly returns.
Britain must be prepared to fight conflicts abroad without the help of United States forces, the Defence Secretary has warned.
The United Kingdom is "looking very hard" at the future of the Iran nuclear deal after Donald Trump urged Boris Johnson to pull out of the agreement, Dominic Raab has said.
Boris Johnson has defended a £4bn deal which will see a US private equity firm purchasing a major British defence company, depsite concerns from UK military leaders.
Boris Johnson is to serve Christmas lunch to British troops in Estonia today during a visit to a Nato mission.
A major shake-up of Whitehall departments being considered by Boris Johnson could "waste both time and money", the Prime Minister has been warned.
Cressida Dick, the Metropolitan police commissioner, has been urged to “consider her position” after a new report revealed a series of failings in the force’s investigation into an alleged VIP paedophile ring.
The British public is weary of wars and quite rightly afraid of the growing threat of nuclear war, says Emma Dent Coat MP.
With Corbyn a lifelong pacifist and opponent of the UK strategic nuclear deterrent, Conservative MPs might want to rethink the judgment that there are no votes in defence, writes Julian Lewis MP