Britain and US spell out catalogue of chemical weapons atrocities as the threat to supply arms to Assad’s enemies risks rift with Russians
This year’s meeting of the Group of Eight – or the G8 – begins in Fermanagh, Northern Ireland, on Monday. The summit draws the world’s most powerful leaders – as well as protests and disruption.
The optimistic zeal for reform before the UK’s last G8 was so strong that even Pink Floyd were prepared to be conciliatory. Sarah Morrison assesses the actual results
We are more interconnected than ever. And efforts to reduce tax avoidance and improve transparency will require co-operation across international borders
Prime Minister had promised to fight for transparency over the fake firms that exist only to cover up tax evasion and corruption, but the odds could be stacked against him
Google is betraying its founding principles by going to extraordinary lengths to avoid paying taxes in Britain, says Ed Miliband.
Security sources say they would not be surprised if dissidents were to stage an incident during G8 summit
The Chancellor also pledged UK action on tax evasion and avoidance
Algeria's foreign minister has admitted that his government's security forces made mistakes during the hostage crisis at the In Amenas gas plant, in which 38 civilians and 29 militants died, including six British nationals.
The G8 group of developed countries should agree to “share the burden” of tackling terrorism in flashpoints around the globe, Prime Minister David Cameron said today.
Cameron says he will use his G8 presidency to seek collective backing to tackle corporate abuses
A five-star golf resort in Northern Ireland that has been in administration for over 18 months with debts of £26 million, and regarded as a high-profile example of the worst excesses of Ireland’s banking crisis, will play host next year to eight of the world’s richest nations.
As powerful voices in his party and the press urge him to slash international aid, Cameron takes a stand
David Cameron today dismissed criticism over rises in aid spending while Britain endures austerity measures.
Industrialised nations will promise cash to support democracy in the Middle East
David Cameron stopped to pay tribute to Britain's war dead today as he arrived in France for the G8 summit.