He has said he 'strongly' denies allegations of bullying
Power stations in a rogue state could be shut down, while terrorist or criminal networks could be disrupted remotely
'There will be nine awards for politicians, NGOs and journalists who … have done most for the Magnitsky case'
From 2002 to 2012, the British government had a policy of 'non-engagement' with Modi and the Gujarat government
'I didn’t think it was as fantastical as conventional wisdom opined'
There is no known precedent for someone employed by a Labour Party leader to have his membership taken away
Lord McColl of Dulwich claimed some knowledge of the subject, but only in his professional capacity as a surgeon
The 1.6 billion word collection offers some unexpected insights into the way politicians use language
An estimated 3.2 million families will be spared the miserable pre-Christmas shock the Government had in store for them
Before the election, Corbyn's adviser seemed to call on voters in Croydon South to vote for an anarchist rather than Labour
Mr Fisher commented on a headline saying the former Prime Minister could face war crimes charges
26 people participated in the vote that saw Patrick Lawrence enter the House of Lords
A timeline of the events leading up to, during, and after the Iraq War
Heidi Allen was not the first MP to make waves on her debut, as Andy McSmith reports
Simple good manners might have told the PM to remove the poppy while he was with the Chinese President
At events such as these, so I hear, China’s journalists are handed questions their leader expects to be asked