UK should join US in bombing Isis militants says ex-head of army Lord Dannatt also says Britain should open talks with Assad in Syria, after Washington signals it might extend fight against Isis.
Scottish universities won’t be swamped by English students says study Edinburgh university study claims little evidence ‘fee refugees’ would flood north if free tuition policy extended to rest of UK.
UK-China summit: Global Economy Roundtable Number 10 press release.
UK and China – Premier Li visits Downing Street The summit takes place just 6 months after the Prime Minister’s trip to China and with bilateral trade at record levels – up by 8% overall in 2013.
UK and Iran agree to re-establish direct diplomatic relations Two countries to quit contact through third-country intermediaries but embassies in their respective capitals are to remain closed.
Is Britain sleepwalking towards a European exit? An Observer poll conducted in four countries reveals the widening gulf between Britain and the rest of the EU. And on both sides of the Channel, attitudes seem to be hardening.
UK a great place to live and work says OECD Thinktank ranks UK above average on jobs, earnings and housing in its Better Life Index – but below average on education, skills and income equality.
Gibraltar border controls examined by EC amid UK-Spanish tensions European Commission carries out ‘fact-finding mission’ after summer dispute led to huge queues at Gibraltar border crossing.
UK needs migrant workers ‘because locals are lazy’ says Bulgaria Bulgaria insists ‘benefit tourism’ is a myth and says its people are vital to British agriculture.
Cameron: UK may be small island but it has biggest heart British leader mounts patriotic defence – which he is happy to be set to music – after reported Russian claim no one listens to UK.