Rather than agonising over whether new arrivals are fitting in, the Government instead invested in ensuring that they have the tools they need to do so.
In pursuit of the prosecution of Jimmy Lai, the pro-Beijing regime is dismantling the rule of law and breaking the Sino-British Declaration.
The High Court’s judgement earlier this week marks a major step forward in our plans and we are focused on moving ahead with the policy as soon as possible.
It may be possible to be in favour of upholding the GFA and maintaining Northern Ireland’s place in the union whilst also favouring withdrawing from the Convention, but I am struggling to see how.
This list of allies and partners includes Australia, Israel, South Korea, Japan, Oman, Qatar and Singapore.
Re-calibrating policies to account for the reality of conflict and warfare today could not be more urgent.
Building up economic resilience will be necessary for a successful response to Brexit, Covid recovery and the transition to Net Zero.
A democratic government was swept away exactly a year ago, and the new regime’s main supporter China, needs to help avoid a humanitarian disaster.
The naive globalisation of the 1990s has become a liability. Britain and its allies need to beef up their defences
The new variant is a reminder that the world is in it “together” when it comes to beating the virus.
The international community must set out consequences for Beijing’s flagrant breaches of international treaties.
The Prime Minister’s economic strategy seems to depend on it staying low. But there’s no reason to believe that this will be the case.
The deal sends a starkly clear message to China – and will reassure India, Japan, South Korea and Taiwan that their security interests are also British interests.
The latest wave of an in-depth tracker project shows that a long-term softening of public attitudes has continued during the pandemic.