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Javanshir Feyziyev, Member of the National Assembly of Azerbaijan, writes about his desire for the UK and Azerbaijan to work closely together to understand the benefits that the UK education system can offer his country.
With large numbers of Azerbaijani youth already travelling to the UK to study at top universities, and with international trade on the increase, a close partnership between the UK and Azerbaijan is important than ever
Ahead of French local elections this month, Jessica Willes explores how the outcome will change the political landscape in France given internal party struggles, political alliances and the emergence of new parties.
The United Kingdom and Ireland will not be included in a ban on European travel to America being imposed by Donald Trump to try and halt the spread of the coronavirus.
Women still face higher barriers to entry to international trade compared to their male counterparts. This is an opportune time to think about how the UK can promote trade and investment opportunities in order to empower women across the Commonwealth, writes Theo Clarke MP.
Julia Ebner’s description of infiltrating extremist groups – and her first-hand account of how their ideology is turned into violent action – is chilling, writes Lord Harris of Haringey
Conflict has forced nearly a million people, more than half of them children, to flee from 45 percent of Idlib governorate in North-West Syria, pushing them into inhumane living conditions in overcrowded camps.
Lack of access to sanitary products remains a major issue affecting women and girls in many parts of the world – it’s time to tackle this global problem head on, writes Wendy Chamberlain MP.
The UK will not lower its food and animal welfare standards in US trade talks, ministers have promised.
At least one girl and nine other civilians were killed today during the shelling of ten schools, as the latest escalation in conflict continues, Save the Children and partner Hurras Network can confirm. Some schools were in class, some had broken up for the day and some were being used as shelters.