- Foreign Affairs
A minister has suggested the Tories don’t need an independent inquiry into Islamophobia – despite a new raft of suspensions for members. ▶️ Read more ◀️
Harriet Harman has said she will "not back down" after members of her local Labour party warned they could try to oust her unless she shelves her bid to become Commons Speaker. ▶️ Read more ◀️
Jean-Claude Juncker has offered Boris Johnson a Brexit lifeline by saying the "basis of a deal" is in place. ▶️ Read more ◀️
A government minister has refused to rule out the possibility of Boris Johnson suspending Parliament again if he loses a landmark court case. ▶️ Read more ◀️
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has turned down the chance to be star speaker at the Labour party conference, PoliticsHome can reveal. ▶️ Read more ◀️Children’s Commissioner calls for probe into ‘shameful’ rise in school leavers with few qualificatio ...
Ministers must investigate how to reverse a rise in the number of students leaving school without basic qualifications, England’s Children’s Commissioner has said. ▶️ Read more ◀️
Emily Thornberry has compared the Lib Dems to the Taliban over the party's plan to scrap Brexit without another referendum. ▶️ Read more ◀️
Parliament could remain closed even if Boris Johnson's decision to suspend it is ruled unlawful by the Supreme Court. ▶️ Read more ◀️
A disabled Labour MP has claimed she was forced to sack a member of staff who helped her carry out her duties after the Commons spending watchdog withdrew funding for the post, PoliticsHome can reveal. ▶️ Read more ◀️
A Labour government will respond to the "demands for change" from young people going on strike to help the environment, Jeremy Corbyn will say. ▶️ Read more ◀️
Labour should throw its weight behind holding a second EU referendum before campaigning for a general election, according to Tom Watson. ▶️ Read more ◀️
Unsparing in its analysis of Britain's turbulent relationship with Iran, Jack Straw's The English Job: Understanding Iran and Why It Distrusts Britain is a book of immense worth, says Alistair Burt MP ▶️ Read more ◀️
Ministers are “falling short” on their commitment to protect journalists worldwide, MPs have warned. ▶️ Read more ◀️
Trade minister Conor Burns has been slammed for "cosying up" to the Brazilian government amid growing criticism of the country's response to the Amazon wildfires. ▶️ Read more ◀️Khalid Mahmood MP: India is committing human rights abuses in Kashmir - Boris Johnson has a duty to ...
Two weeks on from the revocation of Kashmir's special status shadow Foreign Office Minister Khalid Mahmood MP argues that the UK Government has a duty to intervene in Kashmir. ▶️ Read more ◀️
Sajid Javid is facing a Conservative backlash and a rift with Canada over his decision to revoke the British citizenship of an Islamic State fighter known as 'Jihadi Jack'. ▶️ Read more ◀️
This week, which marks the annual Hajj pilgrimage to Mecca, the Bishop of St Albans writes on the importance of interfaith dialogue, saying there is little doubt that religious persecution is increasing around the globe. ▶️ Read more ◀️Baroness Jones: This Hiroshima Day, the Iran crisis means we need a voice of reason and calm in Numb ...
Writing on the 74th World Hiroshima Day Baroness Jones states that as we remember the devastation of nuclear war there is a rising standoff between the US and Iran. ▶️ Read more ◀️
Stephen Barclay has urged Michel Barnier to seek a fresh mandate from European leaders in order to make changes to the Brexit agreement and avoid a no-deal exit. ▶️ Read more ◀️
Officials caught leaking confidential information should lose their pensions and be forced to cover the costs of the probe that follows, MPs have said. ▶️ Read more ◀️