British exporters are set to benefit from a £5bn cash injection to boost overseas trade, Chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced.
Brexit has reignited debate about the return of the Elgin Marbles. Their return to Greece may happen sooner than we realise, writes Margaret Ferrier MP.
Boris Johnson has promised to "drive a hard bargain" with the United States as he revealed the UK's opening bid for talks on a free-trade deal.
Support is growing across Parliament for a more active response in the face of clear infringements by China on Hong Kong’s historic rights, writes Alistair Carmichael
Peace between Israel and Palestine can only be achieved through direct talks and compromise on both sides, writes Lord Collins
For the first time in 40 years, the UK will forge its own path as an independent trading nation. This will bring with it a plethora of new opportunities and challenges, writes Dods Monitoring's Nabil Rastani.
The UK will not be able to get a Canada-style Brexit deal, according to the EU’s chief negotiator.
The UK and the European Union will “rip each other apart” in the talks on a future trade deal, according to a top French politician.
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.
Anne-Marie Trevelyan has soared from the backbenches to International Development Secretary in just over six months, but what has she achieved in Parliament and what is behind her meteoric rise?
Save the Children respond to the appointment of Anne-Marie Trevelyan as International Development Secretary.
If the government undermines consumer confidence at the expense of rushed negotiations and appeasing global powers, any trade deals will be doomed to fail before the ink on the agreement is dry, says Sue Davies, Head of Consumer Protection and Food Policy at Which?
Boris Johnson’s decision to give Huawei a role in the UK’s 5G network could put a post-Brexit trade deal with the US at risk, according to Mike Pence.
The Department for International Development have pledged a new £5m fund to help counter the spread of coronavirus in developing nations.
Labour's response to the mistakes made at the time of the Iraq War must not be to indulge in fantasy politics
Ian Murray has hit out at Labour deputy leadership rival Richard Burgon's "fantasy" plan to let the party's members decide whether or not it should back military action.
Huge amounts of UK humanitarian aid has been spent strengthening democracy, but this cannot be done at the expense of tackling extreme poverty and helping the world’s most vulnerable, writes Lord Harries.
The President of France, Emmanuel Macron, has praised the "strength of our unrivalled ties" he defended his "tough" approach to Brexit negotiations.
The EU needs to recognise the mutual advantage of coming to a comprehensive Free Trade Agreement with a friendly neighbour, says Owen Paterson MP.
Mike Pompeo has urged the UK to "relook" at its decision to allow Chinese firm Huawei to build parts of the country's 5G network as he warned the tech giant posed a "real risk" to security.
Jeremy Corbyn has slammed Donald Trump's long-awaited peace plan for the Middle East, saying it will not help to deliver peace to the region.
The limited power of British National (Overseas) Passports, coupled with the recent situation in Hong Kong, has led to calls in the House and in Hong Kong for the rights of these Passport holders to be strengthened, writes Stephen Hammond MP.
I am ready to continue as chair of the International Trade Committee and foster an atmosphere of getting work done, writes Angus Brendan MacNeil MP
The work of the committee must be more inclusive – both inside and outside parliament