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I’d base my recommendations for the Foreign Affairs Committee on the evidence, without half an eye on my political future, writes Crispin Blunt MP
Harry Dunn’s mother has made an emotional plea to Boris Johnson to force the US to hand over the American diplomat’s wife charged over her son’s death.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has mounted a last-ditch effort to stop Boris Johnson allowing Huawei to help run Britain's 5G network.
Ministers are looking at "all options" to help more than 200 Britons stuck in Wuhan amid the coronavirus epidemic, Priti Patel has said.
Dominic Raab has condemned the US government over its decision not to extradite a diplomat's wife over the death of teenager Harry Dunn.
The UK government "stands shoulder to shoulder" with the family of Harry Dunn after America refused to extradite a diplomat's wife involved his death, according to Andrea Leadsom.
Boris Johnson has risked a trade war with America as he hit back in the row over the Government's plans to slap a new tax on the likes of Google and Facebook.
Sajid Javid has defied warnings from the US over the introduction of a digital tax on tech giants as he vowed to push ahead with the plans.
This month’s UK-Africa Investment Summit is a chance to create lasting partnerships that will deliver jobs, growth and sustainability, writes Lord Popat
Boris Johnson has warned Vladimir Putin that there will be no thaw in UK-Russian relations in the wake of the Salisbury chemical attack.
The Uighurs are being subjected to the largest surveillance and internment of an ethnic minority since the Holocaust. The horrors of the past are being repeated - and we are failing to act, writes Baroness Warsi
Liam Fox is wrong to call for DfID to be merged with the Foreign Office, says former International Development Secretary Andrew Mitchell MP.
Labour leadership candidate Lisa Nandy has accused Jeremy Corbyn of siding with Russia in the immediate aftermath of the Salisbury chemical attack.
From the crisis in the Middle East to the rise of China, the UK faces some monumental foreign policy challenges in 2020. The government must be clear what its priorities are – and give the Foreign Office a “shot in the arm”, writes former permanent secretary Sir Simon Fraser
The UK has a unique historic and legal obligation to champion human rights and democracy in Hong Kong. The year 2019 might have been consumed by Brexit, but in 2020, the new Government must prioritise this crisis, writes Lord Alton
In 2018, 5.3 million children under the age of five died, with undernutrition being a key cause of nearly half those deaths. By taking the lead to support nutrition sensitive interventions, we can end the blight once and for all, writes Lord Collins.
Dominic Raab has accused Iran of a "flagrant violation of international law" after the UK's ambassador to the country was arrested.
Iran has admitted to “unintentionally” shooting down a Ukrainian passenger jet earlier this week, according to the nation’s state TV.
Boris Johnson has said there is a "body of information" that Iran shot down a Ukrainian passenger jet en route to Kiev.
As our climate changes, Australia is going to face longer and more intense bushfire seasons. We need the UK's ongoing support, writes Senator Murray Watt
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.
Donald Trump has demanded the UK withdraws from the "foolish" Iranian nuclear deal amid growing tensions in the Middle East.
Dominic Raab has warned against a "war in the Middle East" after Iran fired rockets at bases in Iraq housing American and British troops.
Boris Johnson has ditched his plans to scrap the foreign aid department, it has been reported.