Philip Hammond: ‘no UK commitment to air strikes on Isis as yet’ Foreign secretary seeks to manage expectations with comments after talks between US and UK on action against Islamic State.
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.
Two-third of voters in Tory marginals want NHS exempt from US trade pact TTIP being negotiated between EU and US threatens to make privatisation of UK health services permanent, say critics.
Ukraine: Russian military intervention would be grave error US warns Crimea’s key airport and parliament building apparently held by pro-Russian forces as Russian troops mobilise on peninsula.
Iran to implement nuclear deal as Obama repeats Congress sanctions plea John Kerry says Tehran will start to implement November’s ‘comprehensive agreement’ on 20 January.
Iran seals nuclear deal with west in return for sanctions relief Barack Obama hails historic accord as first step towards resolution of decade-old impasse over Iran’s nuclear programme.
US’s cheap energy pricing out UK industry America’s shale gas boom allows it to offer low energy prices to power-intensive industries as cost climbs in Europe.
Why the Obamacare website was doomed The shambles of Barack Obama’s healthcare launch recalled many similar British computer meltdowns.
US could default on its debt obligations by mid-October thinktank warns Bipartisan Policy Center says default could come unless Washington agrees new legislation to raise borrowing limit.
US-led attack on Syria reduced to ‘coalition a deux’ Barack Obama may get broad political support to punish Bashar al-Assad, but only France looks likely to join in military action.