THE North Korean regime is guilty of “paranoid rhetoric” after warning last week that it could not guarantee the safety of embassy staff in the event of a war, UK foreign minister William Hague has said.
Published09 Apr, 201305:01am
LONDON: The British prime minister, David Cameron, was put on notice on Thursday that no other EU leader is likely to support his campaign to rewrite the terms of British membership of the union and then put the outcome to a referendum
Published01 Mar, 201310:25pm
LONDON: If history repeats itself, first as tragedy and second as farce — according to Karl Marx — then Lord Armstrong of Ilminster is a fine oracle to consult as David Cameron prepares to announce a referendum on Britain’s membership of the EU
Published17 Jan, 201307:21pm
LONDON: UK consular staff are to interview more than 100,000 prospective students hoping to study in Britain as the government moves to stop “bogus students” from entering the country, Theresa May has announced
Published13 Dec, 201209:01pm
LONDON, Nov 5: Britain is intensifying plans to make substantial cuts to its aid budget to India on the grounds that it is difficult to justify spending 280 million pounds a year in one of the world’s fastest developing
Published06 Nov, 201203:11am
NEW YORK: Britain is to provide military advice to the Egyptian government to help it crack down on militants in the Sinai Peninsula who are destabilising relations with neighbouring Israel.
Published27 Sep, 201202:57am
LONDON: Rupert Murdoch joined in an “over-crude” attempt by US Republicans to force Tony Blair to accelerate British involvement in the Iraq war a week before a crucial House of Commons vote in 2003,
Published17 Jun, 201205:01am