Foreign and Commonwealth Office
Faith in the Special Relationship: A New Report Argues the US-UK Alliance is Strengthened by Diplomatic Cooperation on Religion
This isn't about making foreign policy more 'religious.' The report cautions, "Religious engagement is not the preserve of officials who are personally religious, nor does it entail the undue privileging of religious factors in analysis."
Hundreds of British tourists in Thailand will have to observe a strict night curfew following the military takeover there
The decomposing body of a man believed to be a British national has been found in a plastic bag in Delhi, Indian police have
British tourists are still flocking to Egypt for sunshine breaks - as hundreds of people are killed in violent clashes in
A British man has died in Germany after reportedly being swept away by the River Rhine. Christian Fagg, 23, was reported
A Briton has been kidnapped in Nigeria, it was reported today. The unnamed person was believed to have been captured shortly
It seems, from the latest report on global Consular activity released today, that we are getting slightly better at being Brits abroad - even if we are becoming a little more careless with our vital documents.
Being abroad can be a troubling time for many of us Brits - lost money, sunburn and finding a fish and chip shop even though
British music, art, and culture in general has reached every corner of the world and this does create a favourable impression of the nation - useful for business and politics in addition to just feeling a bit more welcomed when visiting a new place as a tourist.
A number of Britons were travelling on a coach which crashed in Kenya, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) said on
The Queen has become the first monarch for at least a century to attend Cabinet, taking a seat beside Prime Minister David
What a few weeks it has been for that Machiavellian matriarch Sheikh Hasina. She swished into London in August to bookmark the Olympic Games (opening and closing ceremony tickets for Bangladesh's premier - no messing around with an either/or scenario).
Imagine Nick Clegg is to stand trial at the International Criminal Court (ICC) for crimes against humanity. Also imagine that the witnesses on which the case rests have been sourced and then coached by members of the Conservative Party. Imagine also the Chief Prosecutor of the case is Jeremy Kyle. Does this all seem reasonable?
Too much bad news swirls around us; sometimes we should celebrate the positive. Yesterday the British Foreign and Commonwealth
PRESS ASSOCIATION -- A British man has been shot dead and his brother injured while on holiday in Venezuela, a family friend