Erdogan's in Downing Street ahead of talks with Theresa May earlier
The Scottish Parliament has passed a motion stating it does not consent to the Government's EU Withdrawal Bill by 93 votes to 30
"It feels to me as though in lots of areas Moscow is testing the west, testing to see what it can get away with" per Britain's @MichaelHTatham "It is very important that when we're tested we show we're responding to that test"
Russia needs to know it will pay an "enduring price" for outrageous behavior, says @UKinUSA's @MichaelHTatham
Britain's Middle East minister criticises U.S. after Gaza bloodshed
The British Envoy at U.N.: Jerusalem must be a joint capital of the two states of Israel and Palestine
Boris Johnson: Important UNSC session on Gaza today. Vital situation is deescalated. Call on @nmladenov to bring forward proposals, including easing access and movement restrictions and support for development projects. Fully back Egypt-led reconciliation and full PA administration of Gaza Strip
Committee of British lawmakers says Facebook has not fully answered its questions about data privacy with sufficient detail or evidence
Britain: U.S. needs better understanding of Israeli-Palestinian conflict
UK general: "War's brutal and if you want to fight in cities, everything is heightened. The idea you could capture a city like Mosul or Raqqa without civilian casualties is frankly a fools errand"
UK's Johnson: we should not pursue government change in Iran
Britain calls for an independent investigation into the events in Gaza
calls on Irish government to expel the Israeli ambassador and to enforce trade sanctions against Israel
UK Air Commodore Johnny Stringer: Most complex airspace any of us can remember, full stop. At the height of my time the Russian hotline was being used around 15 times a day
UK Air Commodore Johnny Stringer: Our Sentinel stand-off radar provided about 25%-30% of the overall coalition contribution
UK general: We were able to put everything we had into it (intel gathering). One of the key UK contributions has been quality and number of intelligence analysts we've put into this
UK Major General @rupertthjones about Mosul air operation: "Other nations look to the UK to follow our lead to some degree. The Air Force relative to its size has not operated at this tempo since 1945. What the UK can bring is in the quality of its people. The more the Iraqis have got back into their stride its been them dictating the pace"
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Prime Minister Theresa May attends the launch of the UK team for the Invictus Games Sydney 2018 at the Horse Guards Parade
Theresa May's Brexit plans labelled 'undeliverable' by former head of the civil service
Ireland summons its ambassador from Tel Aviv to consult after the events in Gaza
Ireland summoned Israeli ambassador to express "shock and dismay" at death and injuries in Gaza
Ahead of cabinet, @simoncoveney summoned the Israeli ambassador to Ireland to Iveagh House this morning 'to express Ireland's outrage at the level of death and injury yesterday on the Gaza Strip and to call for restraint from Israel in the hours and days ahead.'
UK PM Theresa May shifts Brexit focus to Ireland, leaving cabinet war to rage
'What Israel is doing is a genocide,' says Turkish President Erdogan
Turkish President Erdogan during visit to London: "Israel is a state of terror, Israel is a state of terror"
UK's Johnson: determined to protect businesses from American primary and secondary sanctions over Iran
Barnier and Mogherini: UK leaves 715 international agreements post-Brexit the EU has to guarantee to international partners that treaties will stay and the EU will continue to be a strong partner (even perhaps stronger partner) for the world
Irish President Michael D Higgins has expressed "deep concern" at deaths today in Gaza, saying "the escalating loss of life is a tragic example of an unacknowledged failure of diplomacy"
US is "playing the wrong card at the wrong time" says @BorisJohnson on the move of the US Embassy to Jerusalem
: Major consequence of Brexit is the UK moving from being decision-maker on security/foreign policy to someone who potentially benefits from decisions but does not decide which is a loss for the UK
: There will be cooperation between UK and Galileo (satellite programme) post-Brexit, but for some information, "we have to protect the member states" - this is the current legal framework
Theresa May calls for "calm and restraint" as Israeli army says today has seen an "unprecedented level of violence" on the border
on security relationship post-Brexit: There is no ideology, no emotion, no willingness to punish on the EU's side but EU rules on security and defence must be respected
on Galileo post-Brexit: EU rules on Galileo have been in place for long time and are well known to the UK - third countries and their companies cannot participate in security-sensitive matters
: 5 dimensions of post-Brexit security relationship: 1)Close and regular consultation with UK on foreign policy 2)EU open to UK's contribution in programmes 3)UK could take part in defence agencies 4)Exchanging information 5)Agreement on security of information
Britain raises concerns with French over EU's satellite system snub
EU Chief Brexit Negotiator @MichelBarnier speaking at @EU_ISS: Discussions on future post-Brexit security partnership have begun, following guidelines of EU Council adopted in March
EU Foreign Affairs HR @FedericaMog speaking at @EU_ISS: After Brexit UK and EU security interests will continue to be the same, the UK will be a friend and a partner, "but as a third countryit will not be a half-member"
: There is reciprocal interest to develop some military capabilities together after Brexit, we will find ways for UK to cooperate in PESCO projects and European Defence Agency
says on EUISS event that UK will not be a half member, it will be a third country. EU will cooperate but UK will not have a seat at the table of EU decision-making after Brexit
Boris Johnson newser with French counterpart Jean-Yves Le Drian about salvaging the Iran nuclear deal
'The clock is ticking', EU tells Brexit Britain
Tánaiste @simoncoveney said it was up to the British government to come up with some new thinking on its future customs relationship with the EU, and to commit to a legally binding backstop for the border
British Prime Minister confirms that London is different with Washington on its decision to transfer its embassy to Jerusalem
Prime Minister Theresa May's spokesman says the UK has no plans to move its embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv following the U.S. embassy move to Jerusalem
Reuters: British Prime Minister confirms that London intends to move its embassy to Jerusalem
Britain announced that it had thwarted 12 terrorist plots since the March 2017 attack on parliament
Director general of MI5 Andrew Parker says Brexit must not lead to the weakening of intelligence co-operation in Europe
Former Labour Foreign Secretary David Miliband says he is "alarmed" by the state of Brexit negotiations and the prospects of the UK leaving the EU with no deal
MI5 director Parker also reveals that European intelligence officers come on attachment to go through the MI5 training courses
MI5 director Parker reveals that MI5 have worked with European intel agencies to foil attacks and save lives in Europe
Brexit-hit EU staff ditch UK passports
MI5 director Parker warns that Islamic State is "seeking to regroup"
MI5 director Parker says there have been 25 foiled terrorist attacks in the UK since 2013
Director general of MI5 Andrew Parker says 12 terror plots have been thwarted by the agency since the Westminster attack in March last year
Jeremy Hunt warns Boris Johnson to keep his Brexit views 'private' amid growing customs union row
MI5 director Parker: "Europe faces an intense, unrelenting and multi-dimensional terrorist threat"
MI5 director general Andrew Parker says the Russian government is the "chief protagonist trying to undermine European democracies with malign activities" and their acts are risking making the country a more "isolated pariah"
MI5 director Parker on Russian disinformation campaign: "bare-faced lying seems to be the default mode, coupled with the ridicule of critics"
MI5 director Parker: "The Russian gov's invasion of Crimea is not acceptable; seeking to manipulate elections in US and France is not acceptable."
MI5 director general Andrew Parker says Russia's government has breached international rules following the nerve agent attack in Salisbury on 4 March
British Gas owner Centrica reiterates outlook, sees fall in customers