Priti Patel has sparked anger within the Tory party after it was reported she held a series of meetings with senior Israeli figures without telling the UK foreign office.
The UK elections watchdog is looking into whether Russia meddled in the Brexit referendum.
Theresa May will today declare vehement opposition to anti-Semitism, saying Britain “will not stand for it”.
The Government will be able to spend its £13bn foreign aid budget on British overseas territories hit by humanitarian crises, after changes to international rules agreed in Paris.
Conservative manifesto commitment to challenge the agreed definition of what constitutes Overseas Development Assistance (ODA) could undermine cross-party consensus on the 0.7% spending target, says Lord Collins.
Theresa May has offered her support to the United States following last night’s terror attack in New York which killed eight people.
North Korea was most likely behind the cyber-attack that hit the NHS earlier this year, a Home Office minister has declared.
Former Foreign Office Minister Lord Triesman writes in advance of his parliamentary question on: 'Sharing of analysis and co-ordination between UK and its allies to ensure enhanced security'.
Theresa May has given fresh assurances to the DUP that she will work to ensure that the 4000 jobs under threat at Bombardier’s Belfast plant are secured.
Learning transforms lives and increasing access to quality education will bring hope and prosperity to individuals, communities and nations, says Bridge Co-founder Dr Shannon May.
Former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg has said he thought Britain’s decision to quit the EU was the “single stupidest” decision by a country - but that the US then "Trumped it".
Jean-Claude Juncker has dismissed a report that claimed Theresa May was "begging for help" at a private dinner in Brussels last week.
Donald Trump has an “absolute duty” to defend America against a nuclear attack from North Korea, Boris Johnson will say in a speech today.
The Spanish government is likely to today approve measures to take direct control over Catalonia, as the region’s campaign for independence continues.
MPs have rounded on Donald Trump after he linked figures showing a rise in recorded crime in the UK to “the spread of radical Islamic terror”.
Donald Tusk has said the EU27 have agreed that preparations to move on to the second phase of Brexit talks can get underway.
Writing exclusively for PoliticsHome to mark Anti-Slavery Day, International Development Secretary Priti Patel highlights how the UK has doubled its spending on trying to eradicate the barbarism of modern slavery.
The nuclear deal should not mean Iran gets a free pass on human rights and its destabilising activities in the region.
Boris Johnson has accused MPs of "trivialising" the disaster in Libya after he was pressed three times to apologise for a gaffe in which he spoke of “clearing the dead bodies away”.
The youth wing of the Labour party has voted at odds with the leadership by calling for Britain to withdraw from the Nato alliance.
Hillary Clinton has warned against a 'no deal' Brexit and said Donald Trump “does not believe in trade”.
A cyber attack against MPs’ emails carried out last June was most likely caused by Iranian hackers, according to an assessment by British intelligence.
Liam Fox has been mocked after setting up a new Board of Trade - and making himself the only member.
Modern trade deals are too important to be done behind closed doors - and it's time for parliament to step up, says Helen Dennis of Fairtrade Foundation, and Sophie Hardefeldt of the Trade Justice Movement.