Donald Trump has warned Boris Johnson his Brexit agreement could prevent the UK striking a free trade deal with America.
European leaders have agreed to hand Britain a three-month extension to the Brexit deadline, Donald Tusk has confirmed.
Committees of both Houses must have early sight of non-legally binding arrangements in treaties if we’re to safeguard future trade policy, writes Baroness Donaghy
The FCO is being short-changed. We must restore its value as the hub of British foreign policy and bring trade and aid under its control, writes Tom Tugendhat MP
China is riding roughshod over the ‘one country, two systems’ agreement. It is our duty to respond, writes Catherine West MP
“Regardless of our changing relationship with the EU, it is vital that our commitment to NATO should remain steadfast”
With its buoyant economic prospects, the Commonwealth should be the first stop on Britain’s return to the global stage, writes Andrew Rosindell MP
Government inaction has left British children stranded in Syrian detainment camps. The Foreign Office has a moral obligation to bring them home before it’s too late, writes Stephen Gethins MP
Philip Hammond has accused Boris Johnson of “throwing tantrums” by trying to force a snap general election instead of trying to get his Brexit deal through the Commons.
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.
MPs are set to vote on whether they support the principle of Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal through the Withdrawal Agreement Bill (WAB).
Dominic Raab has sparked anger from the family of Harry Dunn after he admitted that British officials knew the suspect in a crash which left the teenager dead would be leaving the UK.
The right-wing parties of Spain have embarked on a concerted campaign to undermine the right of the people of Catalonia to decide on their own self-determination, writes Ronnie Cowan MP.
Jeremy Corbyn has hinted that Labour will support a referendum taking place on the Brexit deal struck between the UK and EU.
The UK is to halt new arms sales to Turkey where the weapons could be used in the conflict in Syria.
To mark UN World Teachers Day, teachers around the world are sharing their stories of success. Teacher Ibrahim Bashir shares his story of personal development in Uganda, as part of the campaign TeachersTransformLives.
Boris Johnson is to tell EU leaders “let’s finish this off” and deliver a new Brexit deal on Monday or agree to let the UK leave on October 31 with no agreement in place.
Boris Johnson has played down hopes of an imminent breakthrough on reaching a Brexit deal following the EU's pledge to "intensify" talks.
The husband of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe has called on Boris Johnson to meet the couple's five-year-old daughter after she returned to the UK after more than three years in Iran.
Boris Johnson plans to get round the law requiring him to ask for a Brexit extension by sending a second letter to Brussels saying he does not want one, said Andrea Leadsom.
Boris Johnson has been dealt a fresh blow after Michel Barnier said the EU could not accept his latest proposals for breaking the Brexit deadlock.
Tobias Ellwood has urged the Prime Minister to stand up to Donald Trump over withdrawing US troops from the north eastern Syria and "abandoning" Kurdish allies.
Two prominent Conservative MPs have celebrated Save the Children’s centenary anniversary and work on international development.
MPs could be offered a vote on Boris Johnson's latest EU plans ahead of crunch talks later this month, the Brexit Secretary has said.