Sir Malcolm Rifkind
So far all this scandal has done is reinforce the perception that many politicians are more interested in making money that representing their constituents. There needs to be fundamental change. At the very least, if second jobs are to be allowed then the taxpayer should not be expected to subsidise them as well.
The Conservative party has suspended the whip from Sir Malcolm Rifkind after he was caught in a cash for access sting by
Two former foreign secretaries are facing accusations that they were prepared to use their positions and contacts to benefit
The parliamentary panel investigating allegations of British involvement in torture is seeking access to secret parts of
All air passengers flying into or out of UK airports must ensure their electronic devices are charged, following updated
British Airways has adopted an even harsher security line than the United States recommends, promising that passengers who
Air passengers flying to the United States will have to make sure their mobile phones and tablets are charged as part of
A tightening of airport security is "unavoidable" because of how sophisticated terrorists have become, the head of the parliamentary
Make no mistake - the Cold War is back. As with the first Cold War the main task is to ensure that it does not turn hot. Paradoxically, the way to achieve that is for NATO, with all the clarity it can muster, to tell Putin that a move against the Baltic states would be met by military retaliation. It is the message that should come out of the crisis summit which president Obama has called for next week. It's scary, but Putin, like so many of his predecessors, understands all too well the language of force.
The five things you need to know on Thursday 7 November 2013... 1) DON'T BLAME ME Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan