Something to Declare
Update: On 2 March 2017 Mr Justice Mostyn handed down a decision in the Family Division of the High Court in London which rejected allegations made by Afsana Lachaux that were reported in this article. In particular, the Judge found that she was “not a victim of abuse, threats or violence” from her husband. A report of this decision can be found by clicking here.
Over-50, overseas, overambitious and under-insured: those are the travellers causing the biggest headaches for the Foreign Office, a conference in London was told today.
Magistrate orders that the charges be dropped and that the former computer analyst be deported from the east African country on the basis that his visa has expired
Stars say 'money is not enough' and urge David Cameron to join other western leaders in providing places for 30,000 of the most vulnerable
John Kerry and Sergei Lavrov met for talks in Paris this week ahead of a peace conference in Geneva
But Dad's Army has been deemed too inflammatory to show
The House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee has warned the BBC against jeopardising the output of the World Service by pursuing a policy of funding the organisation through advertising.
Mountain rescuers searching for a British hiker in New Zealand are “confident” the body they have recovered at the bottom of a 100-metre cliff is him.
Head of MI6 whose achievements included bringing the double agent Oleg Gordievsky out of the Soviet Union
Doctor was on the verge of being released when his family were told of his death by what the Syrian government calls suicide and they say was murder
Britain is to destroy 150 tonnes of industrial-grade chemicals as part of the international effort to dismantle President Bashar al-Assad's illegal weapons stockpile.
The illegal ivory trade is funding terrorist groups
One of the first journalists allowed into Britain’s top secret drone base reports on its remote Afghan missions
Figures seen by a newspaper show the UK distributed £27.4 million to the country last year
According to initial reports a number of British travellers escaped the attack near Mombasa after the grenade failed to explode