Boris Johnson has come under fire for his failure to respond to killing of Iranian military leader Qassem Suleimani by America.
Boris Johnson has defended a £4bn deal which will see a US private equity firm purchasing a major British defence company, depsite concerns from UK military leaders.
Boris Johnson is to serve Christmas lunch to British troops in Estonia today during a visit to a Nato mission.
A report into allegations of Russian interference in UK elections has finally been cleared for publication by Boris Johnson.
A major shake-up of Whitehall departments being considered by Boris Johnson could "waste both time and money", the Prime Minister has been warned.
The father of one of the London Bridge terror attack victims has accused Boris Johnson of using his son's death as "an opportunity to score some points in the election".
Boris Johnson was "wrong" to use the language he did in the wake of the London Bridge terror attack, a Tory candidate has said.
Boris Johnson has rejected suggestions he is exploiting the London Bridge terror attack to help his election campaign.
Boris Johnson claimed he is part of a "new, one-Nation Conservative administration" as he faced a grilling on the Tories' near-decade in office in the wake of the London Bridge attack.
Jeremy Corbyn has said those convicted of terror offences should “not necessarily” serve their full prison sentences.
A bitter election row has erupted in the wake of the London Bridge terror attack as Boris Johnson demanded tougher sentences for perpetrators and Jeremy Corbyn accused the Conservatives of wanting security "on the cheap".
Campaigning in the general election will resume across the country on Saturday despite a terror attack in London which left three people dead.
Boris Johnson has said Britain will never be "cowed or divided or intimidated" after police confirmed they were treating an incident in London Bridge as a terror attack.
The Prime Minister is returning to Downing Street after police confirmed they were treating an incident in London Bridge as a terror attack.
Chuka Umunna has claimed Boris Johnson will become Donald Trump's "poodle" after Brexit as he urged voters to deprive the Tories of a majority.
The former boss of MI6 has labelled Jeremy Corbyn a danger to national security and said he is unfit to lead the country.
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".
Labour have been targeted by a second cyber attack just 24 hours after a similar effort disrupted some of their online systems.
Labour has foiled a "sophisticated and large scale" attempt to hack the party's database.
Hillary Clinton has condemned Boris Johnson’s “inexplicable” decision to block the release of a report into Russian interference in UK elections.
Senior government officials are furious at "leaks" from the top-secret Intelligence and Security Committee, it has emerged.
Government often asks how they can help businesses; the answer is simple: provide clarity over future policy and investment and stick to it, says MPA.
A Whitehall probe has ruled that the decision to give £100,000 in public money to a firm run by an associate of Boris Johnson was "appropriate".
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