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Commons and Lords Speakers act in response to 5 MPs being among 10 people placed under Beijing sanctions
Commons will be told Johnson intends to use ‘every lever’ to protect Britain from harm and help Afghan people
Foreign secretary tells MPs Britain and allies were ‘caught out by speed and scale’ of Taliban advance
But Labour claims ministers have ‘significantly’ underestimated number of Afghan citizens Britain ‘left behind’
Prime minister denounced from across Commons during recall of parliament for emergency debate on crisis
Sale of small factory that makes silicon wafers has been called in for review, despite few signs of national security risk
Universities should be wary of becoming over-reliant on co-operation with Chinese institutions
“This Treasury needs to create a safe space for cryptocurrency development.”
Chancellor expected to use spending review to reduce funding for overseas development
Covid-19 response lessons from states that are failing and those that are succeeding
Covid-19 recession will stoke appetite of state-owned enterprises with deep pockets
Coronavirus outbreak exacerbates concerns about Sino-UK relations
Hunt, Clark and Ellwood elected by MPs to head influential political bodies
US senators and senior Tories add to pressure over Chinese tech group
Replacing the Northern Ireland backstop provides MPs with a way to start focusing on our future
PM says will raise death of British teenager with Trump if no resolution found with embassy
Outpouring of sympathy for Kim Darroch, who resigned after fierce criticism from US president
Think-tank calls for boost to diplomatic and ‘soft power’ capabilities
The prime minister’s attempt to deliver Brexit has comprehensively failed
A tribute to a fallen uncle tells a salutary tale of what it means to serve
Why is Angela Merkel allowing her country to be cut off from its hinterland?
Peace in Northern Ireland has been hard won. It cannot be taken for granted
Britain has influence and values that still have a place in geopolitics
Our history has been written by us, not for us. It is now time to chart a new path
Finance industry must restore fairness and honesty without diminishing profit, writes Tom Tugendhat