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.
Labour's response to the mistakes made at the time of the Iraq War must not be to indulge in fantasy politics
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