First things first. WHO IS TALKING ABOUT THE GLOBAL RACE, Mr Prime Minister, apart from you, who seemingly can't stop? Second, @mushybees makes a fair point...
Foreign Secretary voted vost impressive parliamentarian by MPs of all parties
Country edges closer to disorder after 'monumental fraud' of general elections
But win provokes criticism from the UK and US, as Australia's Foreign Minister calls for election re-run
Civil liberties groups say Government’s approach to secrecy is similar to that of China
Possibly to illustrate the point that “Britain’s role in the world” is very much a work in progress these days, David Cameron made a speech about it on a building site.
Elderly survivors of brutal colonial torture express satisfaction with Hague’s statement of regret – and sorrow at its cause
Move is first official acknowledgement by Britain of the brutal behaviour during 1952-60 uprising
Deputy speaker, 55, is also accused of sexually assaulting a second male
He even went to a comprehensive school...
David Cameron said today he would not engage in insulting the UK Independence Party (Ukip) despite continued sniping from fellow Tory ministers.
It seems that nothing will ever shame the ermine troughers out of claiming from the public purse. Paul White, aka Lord Hanningfield, an ex-Tory peer, has not spoken in the House of Lords, nor tabled any written questions since he was sent to jail for fiddling his expenses, but figures reveal that in November he had his best month yet for pocketing the £300 daily allowance to which he is entitled just for turning up. He signed in on 17 separate days, which entitled him to £5,100. He also claimed £407 travel costs. That means that in the first eight months since his return after his prison spell, Lord Hanningfield trousered a total of £21,000 in daily attendance allowances, plus £1,736 costs.
Any attempt by Britain to arm the Syrian rebels would be a breach of international law, Russia warned today.
Andrei Lugovoy said he had 'lost all faith in the opportunity of an unbiased investigation in Britain'
A state order to withhold sensitive evidence from the inquest into Alexander Litvinenko’s death on national security grounds will be challenged by media organisations including The Independent tomorrow.
Cameron will make the speech in central London ahead of Prime Minister’s Question Time