Nicola Sturgeon’s renewed drive for a new vote on Scotland’s place in the UK appears to have prompted an increase in the number of calls for the overhauling of Brexit. The Scottish First Minister said if in 2014 Scots had known their country,
The Foreign Secretary attended a security conference in Munich on Saturday, alongside Prime Minister Boris Johnson, US-Vice President Kamala Harris, and Ukrainian President, Volodymyr Zelensky. Ms Truss told those gathered in Germany that a “worst-case scenario” of a Russian invasion could become
Vladimir Putin would be able to play Washington against America’s European allies on the issue of Ukraine by deploying Russian forces inside the Kremlin aligned enclaves of Luhansk and Donetsk, according to foreign affairs analyst Clint Ehrlich. He argued that a full-scale
Mr Sharma, president of the COP26 climate summit, took the trip in a bid to persuade Chinese officials to agree targets for limiting greenhouse gas emissions. Accommodation, meals and visas added another £18,000. In total he flew 150,000 miles to 37 countries
The MPs warn the move will drive up the cost of house prices and infrastructure projects such as roads, schools and hospitals, and could even lead to more expensive food. Red diesel is used to power bulldozers and cranes and accounts for
The former BBC and GB News host slammed the Scottish nationalists for “fearing” how they would pay for the same public services footed by the UK taxpayer in the event of independence. This furious row was seen as a key argument for
The Home Office and the Ministry of Defence are considering how they can use the “full range” of the Government’s capabilities to intercept the crossings. Last year more than 28,300 people made the journey with a record 1,185 arriving on Remembrance Day.
Members of the “common sense” group of MPs were alarmed at reports that this controversial training is continuing in the civil service despite a decision to scrap it in 2020. Former security minister Sir John Hayes and ex-trade and industry minister Sir
Sturgeon slammed by Cole-Hamilton on independence referendum First Minister Nicola Sturgeon wants a second independence referendum to be put before Scots before the end of 2023, and has also expressed wishes for the country to once more rejoin the European Union. During
BEN Wallace insists he is “not attracted” to the idea of being the next Tory leader, despite his growing popularity among the party’s grassroots.
The Prime Minister will today deliver a keynote speech at the Munich Security Conference where world leaders will gather to discuss the Russian threat in Eastern Europe. He is expected to urge his counterparts to make the strongest show of unity for