Boris Johnson will travel to Washington next week in a bid to persuade US senators not to abandon the Iran nuclear deal or to impose fresh sanctions against Tehran that could jeopardise the deal.
The BBC reported on Monday that South Korea is worried that the North is planning more missile launches.
A new YouGov Live poll suggests that most Brits think nuclear weapons make the world a more dangerous place.
Jeremy Corbyn believes he will be able to fill the vacant posts in his shadow cabinet without offering Labour MPs the right to elect them.
Labour is facing a likely three-way internal split as the Commons holds a marathon debate on renewing Trident – a decision already made but reintroduced by the government to highlight opposition divisions.
One of the first tasks to confront a new prime minister, after an audience with the Queen, is to write “the letter of last resort”.
Labour backbenchers will step up the pressure on Jeremy Corbyn over Trident by publishing a “myth-busting” report backing the case for building a new generation of submarines to house Britain’s nuclear deterrent.
BAE Systems, the maker of the Eurofighter Typhoon and Britain’s nuclear submarines, has named Charles Woodburn as its new chief operating officer, making him the heir apparent to the outgoing chief executive, Ian King.
Labour no longer has a policy in favour of renewing Trident nuclear submarines because it is under review, a party aide has said.