Boris Johnson has waded into the Gibraltar border row saying he hopes to “prise Spanish hands off the throat of our colony”.
Reports suggest that Argentina will back Spain in demands for talks on sovereignty
This week's questions are answered by former Home Secretary Alan Johnson
Mariano Rajoy says Britain should act with 'common sense and good judgement'
Fabian Picardo accused the Spanish government of behaving like they did during Franco's regime
Foreign Office warns 'it will not compromise' on Britain's sovereignty
UK Foreign Secretary William Hague made direct appeal to Spanish counterpart
William Hague has raised “serious concerns” with Spain following claims it deliberately engineered lengthy delays at the border with Gibraltar following a weekend of heightened tensions.
He has so much to pursue – but will Sir Alex struggle to find purpose in retirement, ask Ian Herbert and Chris McGrath?
Welcome back our peerless spymaster, with another novel that unmasks low deeds in high places
10 biggest online betting operators in the UK locate all or part of the booming business in tax havens
Today's diary looks at Cameron's meeting with the Chief Minister of Gibraltar, and the speculation over the new Royal Opera House chief exec.
They're more stylish than us, they have better food and their footballers have nicer hair. Will Dean reckons the Italians' national flair gives them an unfair advantage on and off the pitch
A Frenchman who lost all his limbs has completed the latest stage of his round-the-world swimming odyssey, reaching Jordan using custom-made flippers to propel himself through the Red Sea from Egypt.
Born To Sea will test O'Brien's hot favourite as trainer aims for Newmarket Classic double
With Laura Dekker set to become the youngest person to sail around the globe single-handed, Tony Paterson finds out why the Dutch authorities put their oar in to make sure she did her homework on board