Some are having fun with Alan Duncan’s diary revelation that Tobias wants Svetland to become a UK spaceport. They shouldn’t.
It accounts for a larger share of output and a much larger share of productivity growth in poorer regions of the UK
The Prime Minister defends the humanitarian protections on UK exports and British overseas aid to Yemen.
The region has been conspicuously absent from our foreign policy discourse, largely attributable to mistrust on intervention caused by the Iraq war.
The main issue is not that the latter’s actions are extreme, but that they’re anti-constitutional.
We should judge the desirability of a pro-wind energy policy by the social value added, not the numbers employed in the sector.
To do so would mean more than staying in step with Trump. For no US administration could accept being bound into a UN system without a veto.
The Foreign Secretary helped to author this important legislation. If Britain is to continue to take a robust stance against Beijing, he must now use it,
Sunni Arab leaders now recognise that Iran’s aggression represents an existential threat to more than just the Jewish state.
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There is further to go – but we can be proud of what the Foreign Secretary has already delivered.
The Saudi financing of Newcastle United is a national disgrace. It’s time we took it seriously.
The idea that we should not seek the closest commercial relationship with the United States is unconscionable.
The simple fact is that, despite its lofty goals, it repeatedly fails to live up to the values and standards it was set up to defend.
The implications of the crisis are such that Johnson and Sunak need not so much to think outside the box as to trample it to tatters altogether.