Prime Minister Theresa May is facing calls to come clean over a failed test of the Trident nuclear deterrent, amid claims the Government acted like North Korea in covering up the news.
Theresa May is facing mounting pressure for the UK to ratify the Paris climate change deal as quickly as possible.
Theresa May will continue to seek a strong relationship with China, Downing Street insisted despite claims the new Prime Minister has a “suspicious approach” to dealing with the country.
The decision to leave the EU is a body blow for the British steel industry and the new prime minister must do more to protect it, an MP has warned.
Andrea Leadsom’s bid to become prime minister unravelled in a matter of days amid a fierce backlash over her comments on motherhood.
Andrea Leadsom said only a Brexiteer could deliver on the referendum result as she joined the race to be prime minister.
David Cameron has insisted warnings over Brexit’s economic impact should be heeded as experts underestimated the falls in oil prices ahead of the Scottish referendum.
Norway's Prime Minister Erna Solberg said her country was "bereaved with grief" after the deaths of 13 workers in a North Sea helicopter crash.
A decade after David Cameron posed with huskies in the Arctic to show his green credentials, environmentalists say they are still waiting for “cleaner, greener” government.
The Prime Minister will chair a meeting in Downing Street to discuss the crisis gripping the steel industry amid growing fears of huge job losses.
Anker Joergensen, the Danish prime minister who led the economy through two oil crises while the country recorded its slowest growth in the postwar era, has died. He was 93.
Prime Minister David Cameron has claimed Scotland would have been weeks away from a "financial calamity" if full fiscal devolution had been given to the country. Cameron said new funding arrangements for Scotland needed to be completed in a "fair and reasonable way" after the SNP asked why the UK Treasury was proposing plans that may cost Scotland £3billion.
Alex Salmond has called for a Norwegian-style exploration credit scheme to help stimulate jobs in the North Sea oil industry. The former First Minister spoke in the House of Commons on the same day he took part in his first call-in show for LBC Radio.
The Israeli Prime Minister has given final approval for the development of the Leviathan natural gas field off Israel's coast.
The grandchildren of a British man who reportedly faces 350 lashes for breaking the law in Saudi Arabia have appealed directly to David Cameron as “his only hope”. Karl Andree, who has battled cancer and suffers from asthma, was arrested in Jeddah in August last year for breaching the country’s strict anti-alcohol laws after he was caught with home-made wine. The 74 year old has served his time in jail but is still locked up as Saudi officials wait to carry out the lashings, according to his son Simon Andree.
Malcolm Turnbull assured Australia that its government remained strong despite an internal party revolt that made him the nation’s fourth leader in little more than two years. The former communications minister was sworn in as Australia’s 29th prime minister after a surprise ballot of his conservative Liberal Party colleagues voted 54-44 on Monday night to replace prime minister Tony Abbott only two years after he was elected. Mr Turnbull’s elevation has cemented a culture of disposable leaders as the new norm in Australian politics since the 11-year tenure of John Howard ended in 2007. “There’s been a change of prime minister, but we are a very, very strong government, a very strong country with a great potential and we will realise that potential working very hard together,” he said as he left his Canberra home this morning.
David Cameron has paid tribute to Saudi Arabia’s Prince Saud al-Faisal, the world’s longest-serving foreign minister, for his “great wisdom” following his death aged 75. Prince Saud was in the post for four decades until his retirement in April. His tenure saw him navigate the oil-rich region through a number of crises, including Lebanon’s civil war in the 1970s and 1980s, the 9/11 terror attacks in the US and subsequent invasion of Iraq, and most recently the rise of Islamic State (IS). The Prime Minister echoed comments by US secretary of state John Kerry who previously hailed Prince Saud as being “among the wisest” foreign ministers. Mr Cameron said: “I am saddened to hear of the death of His Royal Highness Prince Saud al Faisal.