The Foreign Secretary insists Donald Trump’s ‘bark is worse than his bite’ as he refuses to discuss ‘confidential conversations’ in the White House last weekend
Perhaps we must feel sorry for Theresa May. She knows she must secure a US/UK trade deal to salvage the dignity of Brexit, even if the Brexiteers’ lust for it is confirmation of their towering stupidity
The Foreign Office claimed British citizens would not not be routinely affected
She asks if it is right to offer a state visit to a foreign leader who has ‘disdain for minorities’
Labour will table an urgent question on the issue
The Foreign Secretary says he wants to wait to see what Mr Trump's proposals are
More than one in two cars produced in the UK in 2016 was exported to Europe
As Theresa May was pressed on whether she would challenge the comments made by Trump on women and minorities during her forthcoming meeting with him, she claimed the talks would focus on more 'pressing global issues', while Michael Gove merely asked if we'd be 'at the front of the queue' for trade in his interview
Mr Javid said: 'We have to push back when people lazily reach for glib comparisons that belittle what happened… calling those we disagree with 'Nazis' or claiming someone’s actions are 'just like the Holocaust'
Guy Verhofstadt has responded to Boris Johnson's suggestion that French President François Hollande ‘wants to administer punishment beatings to anybody who seeks to escape [the EU], in the manner of some World War Two movie’
'If Mr Hollande wants to administer punishment beatings to anybody who seeks to escape [the EU], in the manner of some world war two movie....'
'We are not formally allowed to negotiate these new treaties until we leave', he says. 'But there is nothing to say that ideas cannot be pencilled'
It is curious that the Prime Minister should deliver a speech acknowledging huge additional demand on the health service, and then to fail to set out how these demands can be met
While house prices in the capital are appallingly expensive for British buyers, the pound’s Brexit-induced slump has made them very much cheaper for foreign investors
Shadow Foreign Secretary calls for the Foreign Affairs Select Committee to probe the ‘extremely disturbing’ comments about a ‘pro-Arab’ government minister
Moscow has already accused the UK of instigating a witch hunt against Russia