The owners of venues in the UK could be legally required to introduce measures to protect them from terrorism under new plans by the Home Office.
John McDonnell has been attacked for “deeply offensive” comments by comparing Julian Assange to a falsely persecuted Jewish soldier.
The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has awarded the Mineral Products Association (MPA) £6.02 million for ground-breaking demonstrations of hydrogen and plasma technology. The project will demonstrate the potential of these technologies to reduce carbon emissions through fuel switching from fossil fuels in cement and lime production.
Boris Johnson has cancelled plans to meet President Trump this month, after the US government criticised his decision to let Huawei help build Britain's 5G network.
MPs have backed Boris Johnson's bid to curb the early release of convicted terrorists in the wake of the Streatham attack.
The Chinese ambassador to the UK has blasted Tory MPs’ backlash over Huawei as “totally wrong” and a “witch hunt”.
The Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed is urging the Government to halt the changes to IR35 while a full and independent review is carried out.
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.
An emergency law ending automatic early release must be passed by 27 February to prevent six terror suspects walking free from prison within weeks, the Government has warned.
Emergency legislation ending automatic release for anyone convicted of terror-related offences will be introduced by ministers within days.
The system of automatically releasing convicted terrorists part-way through their sentences has “come to the end of its useful life”, Boris Johnson has declared in the wake of a fresh attack in London.
Boris Johnson is to unveil “fundamental changes” to the way convicted terrorists are released from jail in the wake of the Streatham knife attack.
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
The US Secretary of State is flying into London for talks amid mounting American and Tory backbench anger over the decision to allow Huawei to help run the UK's 5G network.
Dominic Raab has been forced to defend the Government from its own backbenchers after ministers controversially allowed Chinese firm Huawei to help set up the UK’s 5G network.
Boris Johnson will chair a crucial meeting of the National Security Council on Tuesday amid signs he will press ahead with a controversial decision to award Huawei a role in the UK's 5G network.
Representing one-quarter of the RAF, and with a track record on procurement, I believe I am the right person to chair the Defence Committee and hold government to account
With Australia at the top of the list for Trade Agreements, we must take advantage of Brexit to look at how we can make ourselves safer, support our defence industries and tackle globalised threats, writes Kevan Jones MP.
The lethal US drone strike on the Iranian General Qasem Soleimani should be a wake-up call to all those concerned with global stability, security and adherence to international law, write Lord Hodgson and Baroness Stern
The Defence Committee demands a strong and experienced chair who will speak up without fear or favour, writes James Gray MP
The rise of China and the fundamental questions about the UK’s hard power capacity are major issues for the Defence Select Committee, writes Tobias Ellwood MP
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.
Boris Johnson is set to award the contract to help build part of the UK’s 5G network to Huawei as soon as next week in a snub to Donald Trump.
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