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Donald Trump has agreed not to interfere in the general election when he visits the UK next week after a plea from Boris Johnson.
Chair of the Bar Council, Richard Atkins QC, and Chair of the Bar Human Rights Committee, have written to the Prime Minister of India.
Millions of sanitation workers in the developing world are forced to work in conditions that endanger their health and lives, according to the most extensive global study to date on the issue, which is released today.
Donald Trump will visit London to attend a major gathering of world leaders just days before the UK’s 12 December general election.
Baroness Chalker, Vice President of WaterAid, writes that all parties should head into this election considering how they will bring clean water, toilets and good hygiene to everyone everywhere by 2030.
Britain is on a "path to fascism" if female MPs feel they have to step down to avoid attacks from "hatemongers", Hillary Clinton has warned.
Boris Johnson has criticised Jeremy Corbyn's comments about Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi after the Labour leader said that arresting rather than killing the IS chief may have been the "right thing to do".
Hillary Clinton has condemned Boris Johnson’s “inexplicable” decision to block the release of a report into Russian interference in UK elections.
Dominic Grieve has called on Downing Street to withdraw a “slur” against him amid a deepening row over an unpublished report on Russian interference in UK democracy.
Downing Street has hit back at Donald Trump after he suggested Boris Johnson’s Brexit agreement could block a trade deal with America.
Donald Trump has warned Boris Johnson his Brexit agreement could prevent the UK striking a free trade deal with America.
A master of his material, Andrew Roberts’s study of nine war leaders is both incisive and engaging, says Julian Lewis MP
The conflict in Yemen has brought the UK arms trade under scrutiny. But Parliament’s main mechanism for overseeing the industry, the Committees on Arms Export Controls, is “paralysed” by problems of its own, writes Guinevere Poncia
The FCO is being short-changed. We must restore its value as the hub of British foreign policy and bring trade and aid under its control, writes Tom Tugendhat MP
China is riding roughshod over the ‘one country, two systems’ agreement. It is our duty to respond, writes Catherine West MP
With its buoyant economic prospects, the Commonwealth should be the first stop on Britain’s return to the global stage, writes Andrew Rosindell MP
Government inaction has left British children stranded in Syrian detainment camps. The Foreign Office has a moral obligation to bring them home before it’s too late, writes Stephen Gethins MP
Britain’s links to Europe must be reforged. It is the duty of our Government to be the furnace of the smithy, writes Christopher Pincher MP
Turkey's invasion of north-east Syria is a disaster for global standards on human rights - the UK must move on from the years of inconsistent and indecisive foreign policy and take a stand, writes Lord McConnell.
Dominic Raab has sparked anger from the family of Harry Dunn after he admitted that British officials knew the suspect in a crash which left the teenager dead would be leaving the UK.
The right-wing parties of Spain have embarked on a concerted campaign to undermine the right of the people of Catalonia to decide on their own self-determination, writes Ronnie Cowan MP.
Philip Hammond suspects Boris Johnson may be attempting to “dupe” MPs into backing a “heavily camouflaged” no-deal Brexit.
The US has made the wrong decision to withdraw military support from Syria. We must intervene and support our Kurdish allies, writes Chris Stephens MP
Boris Johnson is hailing a breakthrough in the Brexit talks with a new deal agreed by the UK and the EU teams.