'There is now a question mark about what parliament actually will authorise military support for,' he told The Guardian
Argentine embassy in London announces new laws to punish exploration it claims breeches a United Nations resolution
One of Britain's most distinguished Royal Marines has called for leniency to be shown towards marine who shot injured Taliban fighter
Most locals knew someone who worked there. Ian Burrell recalls growing up close to the dockyard
The singer has pulled his book due to a 'last-minute content disagreement'
The comedian Jim Davidson has expressed relief after he was told he will not be charged with any sexual offence after prosecutors ruled there was not enough evidence to secure a conviction following complaints by ten women.
Alicia Castro made the controversial comments during a speech to the Argentine senate
Reports suggest that Argentina will back Spain in demands for talks on sovereignty
Government approves thousands of deals with states it condemns for human rights abuses
Police officers with the elite force that guards Britain’s nuclear power stations have been caught drunk, using drugs, misusing firearms and also accused of sexual harassment and assault.
He became an expert on terrorism
Bishop of London, the Rt Rev Richard Chartres: "After the storm of a life lived in the heat of political controversy, there is a great calm."
The Iron Lady’s relationship with Elizabeth II was not as fraught as is often portrayed
Officially, there will be no political eulogy at Baroness Thatcher's funeral. But when the Bishop of London, the Right Reverend Richard Chartres, clambers up to the pulpit of St Paul's Cathedral to deliver the sermon on Wednesday, there will be some who will be holding their breath to see what he comes out with.
Even taking into account the BBC's more recent traumas, the 1980s were the most turbulent decade in its history. Alan Protheroe played a central and often controversial role in the Corporation's bitter battles with Mrs.Thatcher's Government. With hindsight, it can be argued that the BBC suffered long-term damage because of his stubborn failure – along with that of senior colleagues – to recognise and allow for the increasing assertiveness of the politically appointed board of governors, reflecting a fundamental shift in the rules of engagement between Westminster and Broadcasting House.
War is no fit "theme" for a funeral, says Afghanistan veteran Joe Glenton