UK Defence Secretary hints he may fight Chancellor over cuts
Turkish PM Yildirim and his British counterpart May agree on boosting economic and defence cooperation between their countries
UK Foreign Secretary Johnson: The reason the UK is one of the biggest donors to Bangladesh is because Burma one day will have a great future and our country will be part of that future
UK Foreign Secretary Johnson: Last year we sold goods and services worth almost £100bn to the USA
UK Foreign Secretary Johnson: When we leave the EU there will be at least £350m per week of which we will take control. A substantial amount will go to our NHS
UK Foreign Secretary Johnson: Britain is an outward looking, free-trade nation this Budget is designed to equip a global Britain for this challenge
UK Foreign Secretary Johnson: We are going to create a new deep and special partnership with our friends in the EU. But the UK is prepped to thrive outside the EU
UK Foreign Secretary Johnson: The House should focus on the salient fact that 80% of economic growth is outside the EU
UK teen found guilty of planning ISIS-inspired attack on Justin Bieber concert in Cardiff
Britain, Ireland at odds on border as Brexit deadline nears
UK Business Secretary Clark: It is the strategy for the long term, it is right that it is the strategy for the long term we are seeing biggest investment in R&D that we have ever seen
UK Business Secretary Clark: In order for our country to prosper, we need to have a sound economy they propose to borrow £250bn more
British Labour Party Long-Bailey: This industrial strategy may be a start but the govt has produced a PR stunt that is thin on ideas
British Labour Party Long-Bailey: This industrial strategy fails to start from the bottom up this can only happpen with a high skilled tech savvy workforce the amount of money for skills allocated today doesn't even begin to account for cuts inflicted
British Labour Party Long-Bailey: Today I was full of hope, hoping the govt would press the reset buttoт
British Labour Party Long-Bailey: Productivity revised down, real wages revised down, GDP growth revised down, debt revised up!
British Labour Party Long-Bailey: I am pleased that the white paper does acknowledge some of the fundamental challenges that our economy will face
UK Business Secretary Clark: Britain needs to be a leader, not a follower. Ahead of the curve. Not behind the times
UK Business Secretary Clark: Whether we like it or not, these challenges are sweeping the world. if we can act now we can lead from the front
UK Business Secretary Clark: Our modern industrial strategy isn't about protecting the past, it's about taking control of our future as a nation
Downing Street says there are "no plans" for a bank holiday on the day of Prince Harry's wedding to Meghan Markle
UK Business Secretary Clark: Last week we announced an increase in public investment in R&D partnerships between business, science and govt can work
Clark: We are clear about the kind of economy that we need to be. That the UK will be the world's most innovative economy the best place to start and to grow a business
Clark: We need to do more to make the most of our untapped potential high productivity means greater earning power and better paid jobs
Clark: We are known for innovation and discovery with some of the best universities and research institutions in the world
Clark: We need to ensure that we are well prepared to prosper in this future more decisions about our economic future will be in our own hands to take and to take well
Britain committed to avoiding infrastructure at Irish border post-Brexit
Ireland will not need to use a veto at a Brexit summit next month if it remains dissatisfied with progress on the Irish border since it has the backing of all other EU states, Foreign Minister Simon Coveney said
UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has tweeted his congratulations to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle and says "here's to a happy and long life together"
UK Prime Minister Theresa May has offered Prince Harry and Meghan Markle her "very warmest congratulations" and says "this is a time of huge celebration for two people in love"
Queen 'delighted' over Prince Harry engagement: Buckingham Palace
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Kensington palace releases statement saying: The Prince of Wales has announced the engagement of Prince Harry and Ms. Meghan Markle.
Britain's Prince Harry announces engagement to U.S. actress Meghan Markle - Kensington Palace
Not the end of the world if UK trades under WTO rules with EU, says WTO head
Liam Fox: We can't solve Irish question until we discuss end state of UK-EU relations
European Council president call for Brexit progress from UK “within ten days"
Midnight arrival of Antonov An-124 at East Midlands Airport
Dartford update: Unconfirmed report on social media of an ‘acid attack' at Knights Manor Way in Temple Hill around 5pm. Ambulance believed to have conveyed someone to hospital. Residents reportedly told they cannot move cars until a forensic investigation has taken place.
Members of a Russian troll army were quoted more than 80 times across British-read media outlets before Twitter revealed their identity and banned them, a Guardian investigation has shown.
No Irish border deal before EU trade agreement - British minister
Two brothers killed after a stolen car crashed into a tree in Leeds have been named by their family as 12-year-old Ellis and 14-year-old Elliott
Irish PM 'doing everything he can' to avoid election-spokesman
"It's completely inappropriate" for the Government to increase the state pension age - Labour's @Debbie_abrahams
Cable: Nick Clegg played a v big historical role in getting parties to work together in the national interest. Looking back on those 5 years, we can recognise that is good govt. It did a lot of good and stopped a lot of bad
Cable: We do not know what Brexit will look like. We may get an amicable divorce. That it looking increasingly unlikely
UK International Trade Secretary Liam Fox: We are one of the v few NATO countries who actually spend 2% of GDP on defence
UK International Trade Secretary Liam Fox: We can have as much market access as we want but if we cannot get into those markets, then it doesn't do us much good
UK International Trade Secretary Liam Fox: The question is whether we will put politics above the prosperity of people This needs to be an economic Brexit not a political one
UK International Trade Secretary Liam Fox: We've made clear what the outline is of our interests. We don't want a hard border but we will be leaving the EU and customs union . We can't get a final answer to the Irish question until we know the end state
UK International Trade Secretary Liam Fox: If you are looking to sell products abroad, people look at us for standards and quality. We will never sell on the cheap end of the market, we sell quality
UK International Trade Secretary Liam Fox: One of the things we have in common is that we need to have an open, global and trading economy. We have lifted 1bn people out of poverty in the past 10 years
UK International Trade Secretary Liam Fox: If we didn't get the deal, we could trade on WTO terms which is like what we have with the US, but we'd rather not