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Dissecting what the leader of the opposition had to say when he delivered his first speech to the Labour party conference this past week
Johnson’s cabinet moves this week revealed the difficulties of appointing ministers in the first place
UK PM confident enough to promote Gove and Truss, two rivals for his job
Truss replaces Raab at Foreign Office and Gove handed job of tackling ‘levelling up’ as PM sacks four senior colleagues
Prime minister reveals 311 Afghans who worked with UK troops remain stranded
Foreign secretary tells MPs Britain and allies were ‘caught out by speed and scale’ of Taliban advance
UK foreign secretary to be questioned over department’s failure to foresee Taliban’s rapid gains
But Labour claims ministers have ‘significantly’ underestimated number of Afghan citizens Britain ‘left behind’
Defence secretary expresses ‘deep regret’ but government now faces questions on foreign policy and protecting civilians
UK presses US to extend evacuation timetable amid deaths at Kabul airport
UK foreign secretary admits phone call about evacuating interpreters never ended up taking place
Judging the moment to put down the piña colada is a requisite skill
UK opposition accuses minister of neglecting urgent calls as crisis in Afghanistan unfolded
Prime minister denounced from across Commons during recall of parliament for emergency debate on crisis
Decisions over the use of ‘Covid passports’ on campus will be taken in September
Co-operation agreement intends to help drive international investment into the east African city
Raab says Brussels’ draft mandate undermines sovereignty and violates terms agreed with Spain
Will Brexit and Northern Ireland overshadow PM's agenda on tax, climate and poverty?
Foreign secretary Dominic Raab climbs down after arguing that the EU was not a state
Dominic Raab launches regime to combat those using Britain as ‘haven for dirty money’
Critic of military junta Kyaw Zwar Minn was locked out of London embassy and had to spend night in his car
China imposes sanctions and warns criticism of internment camps threatens to undermine relations
Accusations highlight growing tensions over coronavirus jab supplies
Violations happening on ‘industrial scale’, foreign secretary will tell human rights council
UK prime minister says 15m now vaccinated, but warns there is ‘a long way to go’