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The 1995 memo is among a tranche of newly public documents at the National Archives at Kew.
Joe Biden's campaign released a supercut of leaders and diplomats mocking the president during his time in office.
After the president did the PM a favour, he got a very British quid pro quo.
US president's free-wheeling comments on the election, the NHS and Prince Andrew raised eyebrows.
Everything you need to know about the president's trip for the 2019 Nato Summit.
Neither the Labour Party nor the Tories have a functional plan for today’s British foreign policy, Chuka Umunna writes.
His visit will come just 10 days before the general election.
Seventy years ago, in the wake of WWII, 12 countries came together to form a military and political alliance. The North Atlantic Treaty Organisation was firstly needed for collective defence against a growing Soviet Bloc. Article 5 of the treaty, which states that an attack on any member would be considered an attack on the group, has acted as a strong deterrent for the past 70 years. It was only invoked once in NATO history, in the wake of the 9/11 attacks. In recent years NATO has come under attack by US Commander-in-Chief Donald Trump. NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg addressed the US Congress on invitation by Nancy Pelosi on the historic anniversary.
The Mayor of London was recently asked what he would do were Donald Trump to visit his city.
Trump’s reluctance to venture onto Khan's patch is being seen as a victory for London's Mayor.
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'UK weapons remain the only credible way to deter the most extreme dangers.'
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Ask anyone working in Afghanistan why peace is still elusive and the answers are predictable. Some will blame Pakistan for
A spokesperson said the omission was likely an “oversight.” Others called it “homophobic.”