Home secretary Sajid Javid apologises to 'wrongfully removed or detained' Windrush migrants

21 August 2018

Javid confirmed that people who are not in the UK will be able to return and help will be given to claim to compensation for those that are eligible

HMRC begins rollout of new customs software to importers ahead of UK leaving EU

21 August 2018

The first stage of the rollout of the Customs Declaration Service has been hailed as a “milestone” by officials

IVF has allowed millions of people to become parents, but infertility treatment is still a lottery

30 July 2018

As Louise Brown, the first so-called test tube baby, celebrated her 40th last week I reflected on all the people who had an investment in what led to my son’s creation 

Sketch: Brexit does not necessarily mean we will all starve to death

25 July 2018

Dominic Raab's appearance in front of the House of Commons Brexit select committee does little to allay fears over leaving the EU

In dropping its opposition to the death penalty the UK risks relinquishing its claim to moral leadership

24 July 2018

The whole point of long standing moral principles is that they do not shift when it is convenient, yet that is exactly what seems to have happened

No deal Brexit ‘potentially catastrophic’ for NHS, BMA warns

17 August 2018

The British Medical Association warns of potential staffing issues, delays to treatment and an end to reciprocal

Associate feature: Can Scotland become smokefree by 2034?

17 August 2018

Ross Parker, Director of Corporate Affairs and Communications at Fontem Ventures, on achieving Scotland’s new Tobacco Control Strategy

Home secretary Sajid Javid apologises to 'wrongfully removed or detained' Windrush migrants

21 August 2018

Javid confirmed that people who are not in the UK will be able to return and help will be given to claim to compensation for those that are eligible

Hannah Bardell: Britain is failing its citizens in handling deaths abroad

21 August 2018

The SNP MP for Livingston calls on the Foreign Secretary to hear first-hand how resources and training at the FCO need to be improved

UK Government launches £20m funding contest for agriculture technology

16 August 2018

UK businesses can bid for backing for projects that use technology to improve how food gets from field to fork

Anger as cost of Boris Johnson Heathrow vote-dodging trip revealed

16 August 2018

The Foreign and Commonwealth Office has revealed that it paid £19,366 for three staff members to accompany Johnson