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Conservative MP for Tonbridge and Malling and chair of the Foreign Affairs Committee
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.
We need to look at how we engage with both partners and those who challenge us as we face up to the changing foreign policy challenges of the 2020s, writes Tom Tugendhat MP
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
As chair of the Foreign Affairs Committee Tom Tugendhat is well-practiced in scrutinising Boris Johnson’s actions. He sits down with Anoosh Chakelian to discuss prorogation, Parliament’s “childish” behaviour, and maintaining the UK’s global standing in the meantime
Those who abuse the media must be publicly shamed, and even targeted with sanctions by the FCO, even if they are governments, writes Foreign Affairs Select Committee Chair, Tom Tugendhat MP.
Marie Le Conte sits down with MPs and peers to find out more about the human side of politics. This week, Conservative MP Tom Tugendhat on the worst present he’s ever been given, being on patrol and arguing in Arabic
The maximum sentence for child cruelty must be extended. It’s time we gave judges discretion to award an appropriate penalty for this heinous offence, writes Tom Tugendhat
Tonbridge and Malling MP Tom Tugendhat writes ahead of his Adjournment debate on the effect of M26 road closures, having recently discovered that works on the M26 had begun without consultation with the local community or Kent MPs.
Stripped of its responsibility for aid and trade, and having lost out in a tug-of-war with the Cabinet Office, the Foreign Office hasn’t been in charge of foreign policy for many years. With new threats emerging and the old international order creaking, we urgently need a revolution at the heart of government, writes Tom Tugendhat
Conservative colleagues and Labour opponents alike see Tom Tugendhat as a star of the future. Just two years into his Westminster career he secured an overwhelming mandate to chair the Foreign Affairs Committee. Is there any limit to his potential? By Sebastian Whale
The Conservative MP, Tom Tugendhat, describes how his new All Party Group - Public Legal Education - aims to make the justice system more inclusive by promoting citizens' ‘legal capability.’