Sir Michael Fallon says the move is designed to 'provide reassurance' to its Nato allies in the region
Calls echoed by Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer
US ambassador Nikki Haley says ban would mean 'bad actors' could develop weapons unchecked
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross accused of conflict of interest for retaining stake in shipping company
Mr Johnson will attend a Nato meeting instead
The investment comes at a time of heightened tensions between Nato and Russia
Karim Baratov is 'so kind and quiet', his mother says
President’s son-in-law has become part of the investigation
President claims Berlin owes Washington money for 'the powerful, and very expensive, defence' it provides
Russian police said about 500 people were arrested during anti-corruption demonstrations, while human rights groups said 1,000 were taken into custody
Opposition leader Alexei Navalny also detained in Moscow as authorities blame detentions on ‘illegal provocation’
Devin Nunes jumped out of an Uber cab to view ‘secret documents’ and did not share them with his committee
'The administration isn’t getting away from this story'
Veteran senator questions whether the President is ever going to 'really take charge'
'It's a totally amoral system and in its anger it may go to extreme measures. There's been a demonisation of us'
‘We may have an illegitimate President of the United States currently occupying the White House,' says Ted Lieu