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
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.
Following today's announcement of the full scope of the Office for Veterans Affairs, charity Veterans Aid writes that the Government must take a person-centred approach.
The Commission for Countering Extremism’s recent report is a much-needed contribution to the conversation around extremism but lays bare gaps in the Government’s approach, writes Guinevere Poncia.
The UK would withdraw security co-operation from EU countries which support a Brexit delay, a senior Number 10 official has warned.
The British public is weary of wars and quite rightly afraid of the growing threat of nuclear war, says Emma Dent Coat MP.
The Prime Minister has promised to recruit another 20,000 police officers, but they will not replace those lost under his two Tory predecessors, writes Lord Harris of Haringey.
With Corbyn a lifelong pacifist and opponent of the UK strategic nuclear deterrent, Conservative MPs might want to rethink the judgment that there are no votes in defence, writes Julian Lewis MP
Much of the work of the Armed Forces is unseen, but we are always ready to defend the United Kingdom, writes Ben Wallace MP
Defence officials have claimed they will investigate a soldier who tweeted Angela Rayner saying she "will perish when civil war comes".
Emily Thornberry has apologised for comparing the Liberal Democrats to the Taliban over their Brexit policy.
Boris Johnson has refused to rule out Britain joining military action against Iran as he blamed it for attacks on Saudi Arabian oil facilities.
Labour will make sure that our personnel receive a fair pay rise every year, decent housing, and ensure value for money on outsourcing, writes Nia Griffith MP
International Trade Secretary Liz Truss has apologised after green-lighting military sales to Saudi Arabia, despite a pledge not to allow the export of goods that could be used in the brutal civil war in Yemen.
The government’s recruitment plans are a promising start but must deliver a genuine uplift of new officers, warns the National Chair of the Police Federation of England and Wales.
Fewer than five women have taken up the opportunity to become infantry soldiers – more than nine months after all Armed Forces roles were made open to them.