Dominic Raab

What happens if prison places run out?
Prisoner
In Depth

What happens if prison places run out?

Governors’ association says inmates might have to be released early as jail population grows
25 Nov 2021
Inside Chevening House: Raab and Truss tussle over country estate
Liz Truss
Behind the scenes

Inside Chevening House: Raab and Truss tussle over country estate

‘Greedy babies’ forced to share 115-room country mansion in Kent
13 Oct 2021
Are the Conservatives still the party of law and order?
Home Secretary Priti Patel
Today’s big question

Are the Conservatives still the party of law and order?

Priti Patel and Dominic Raab unveil latest plans for cracking down on crime
5 Oct 2021
‘After the humiliation of Afghanistan, we see the blame game in Whitehall’
Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab
Instant Opinion

‘After the humiliation of Afghanistan, we see the blame game in Whitehall’

Your digest of analysis and commentary from the British and international press
3 Sep 2021
Quiz of The Week: 28 August - 3 September
Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab
Quizzes and puzzles

Quiz of The Week: 28 August - 3 September

Have you been paying attention to The Week’s news?
3 Sep 2021
Dominic Raab’s reckoning: can foreign secretary hold on to his job?
Dominic Raab
Today’s big question

Dominic Raab’s reckoning: can foreign secretary hold on to his job?

As Raab faces MPs, one senior government source thinks he is ‘toast’
1 Sep 2021
Who is Tom Tugendhat? From soldier to ‘possible future Tory leader’
Tom Tugendhat
Profile

Who is Tom Tugendhat? From soldier to ‘possible future Tory leader’

Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee won praise for his ‘electrifying address’ on Afghanistan last month
1 Sep 2021

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‘The winter of discontent should serve as a warning to Boris Johnson’
Waste collectors’ strike in London in 1979
Instant Opinion

‘The winter of discontent should serve as a warning to Boris Johnson’

Your digest of analysis and commentary from the British and international press
1 Sep 2021
‘Content warnings mean classics is apologising for its existence’
Plaster casts from the Cambridge Museum of Classical Archaeology
Instant Opinion

‘Content warnings mean classics is apologising for its existence’

Your digest of analysis and commentary from the British and international press
24 Aug 2021
Why the ‘knives are out’ for Dominic Raab
Dominic Raab
Behind the scenes

Why the ‘knives are out’ for Dominic Raab

Phone call to arrange evacuation of Afghan interpreters ‘never took place’
20 Aug 2021
‘Climate policy is a new front in the US culture wars’
The Maritsa East 2 thermal power plant in Polski Gradets, Bulgaria
Instant Opinion

‘Climate policy is a new front in the US culture wars’

Your digest of analysis and commentary from the British and international press
17 Aug 2021
Five ways the G7 summits will test ‘Global Britain’
Dominic Raab G7
Why we’re talking about . . .

Five ways the G7 summits will test ‘Global Britain’

Foreign leaders meeting face to face in London today for first time in two years
4 May 2021
Why UK-China relations require ‘wholly different way of thinking’
Boris Johnson in China
Getting to grips with . . .

Why UK-China relations require ‘wholly different way of thinking’

UK imposes sanctions on Beijing over Uighur Muslim abuses
23 Mar 2021
UK refusing to give EU ambassadors full diplomatic status
Dominic Raab removes his protective face mask.
Getting to grips with . . .

UK refusing to give EU ambassadors full diplomatic status

Foreign Office ignoring calls to grant the usual privileges and immunities to the bloc’s representative
22 Jan 2021
Electing rights abusers will ‘discredit’ UN, dissidents warn
Vladimir Putin addressing the UN General Assembly.
In Depth

Electing rights abusers will ‘discredit’ UN, dissidents warn

China, Russia and Saudi Arabia among nations set to win seats on the council
13 Oct 2020
Why China receives £71m a year in UK foreign aid
Chinese rocket
In Depth

Why China receives £71m a year in UK foreign aid

MPs request review into why a country with its own space programme is being sent British aid
23 Jul 2020
Reaction: Britain to ditch Hong Kong extradition treaty
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In Depth

Reaction: Britain to ditch Hong Kong extradition treaty

Agreement shelved amid growing calls for tougher action over persecution of Uighur Muslims
20 Jul 2020
Huawei banned: the risks and benefits of Chinese 5G tech
Huawei conference
In Brief

Huawei banned: the risks and benefits of Chinese 5G tech

UK’s mobile providers banned from buying Huawei 5G equipment after 31 December
14 Jul 2020
UK targets ‘human rights violators’ with new sanctions
DominicRaab
In Brief

UK targets ‘human rights violators’ with new sanctions

Government taking action against individuals and organisations in Saudi Arabia, Russia, Myanmar and North Korea
7 Jul 2020
Instant Opinion: Tories won’t ‘take the knee’ for BLM
Dominic Raab outside 10 Downing Street
In Depth

Instant Opinion: Tories won’t ‘take the knee’ for BLM

Your guide to the best columns and commentary on Friday 19 June
19 Jun 2020
Harry Dunn family lose bid to see UK-US ‘secret pact’
Harry Dunn
In Brief

Harry Dunn family lose bid to see UK-US ‘secret pact’

High Court says Foreign Office does not have to reveal details of immunity deal that let Anne Sacoolas flee
19 Jun 2020
UK offers Hong Kong residents ‘escape’ from Chinese rule
Hong Kong protests
In Brief

UK offers Hong Kong residents ‘escape’ from Chinese rule

New ‘pathway to citizenship’ available to citizens with British National Overseas status
29 May 2020
Instant Opinion: Nationalists are ‘less united than ever’
Donald Trump and Xi Jinping
In Depth

Instant Opinion: Nationalists are ‘less united than ever’

Your guide to the best columns and commentary on Thursday 23 April
23 Apr 2020
Keir Starmer’s first PMQs: ‘the opposition is back’
Keir Starmer
In Depth

Keir Starmer’s first PMQs: ‘the opposition is back’

New Labour leader wins praise for his ‘forensic’ questioning on coronavirus testing
22 Apr 2020
Reaction: Raab extends coronavirus lockdown
lockdown
In Brief

Reaction: Raab extends coronavirus lockdown

Calls for clarity on exit strategy as government says restrictions could last into June
17 Apr 2020
The politics of naming Covid-19
Donald Trump Xi Jinping
In Depth

The politics of naming Covid-19

Trump has labelled it the ‘Chinese virus’ but why does it matter what we call it?
15 Apr 2020
Johnson remains in intensive care - is there a power vacuum?
Raab
In Brief

Johnson remains in intensive care - is there a power vacuum?

Confusion over who will make key coronavirus decisions in absence of prime minister
8 Apr 2020
Dominic Raab: the new de facto leader’s credentials
Dominic Raab
In Depth

Dominic Raab: the new de facto leader’s credentials

Foreign Secretary is deputising for the Prime Minister with Boris Johnson in intensive care
7 Apr 2020
Dominic Raab announces £75m airlift for stranded Brits
DominicRaab
In Brief

Dominic Raab announces £75m airlift for stranded Brits

Raab announces ‘unprecedented’ operation to rescue Brits stuck abroad
31 Mar 2020
Ex-judge warns of ‘police state’ during coronavirus lockdown
police coronavirus
In Brief

Ex-judge warns of ‘police state’ during coronavirus lockdown

Former Supreme Court judge labels crackdown on drivers and walkers ‘disgraceful’
31 Mar 2020
Brits warned against travel: what should holidaymakers do?
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In Depth

Brits warned against travel: what should holidaymakers do?

Foreign Office urges against any non-essential travel abroad for next 30 days
17 Mar 2020
Is US giving ‘CIA spy’ Anne Sacoolas special protection?
Charlotte Charles
In Depth

Is US giving ‘CIA spy’ Anne Sacoolas special protection?

Washington source claims the fugitive American was ‘more senior’ in intelligence community than her diplomatic husband
10 Feb 2020
UK calls for calm after Iran attack
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In Brief

UK calls for calm after Iran attack

Boris Johnson urges de-escalation but adds Qasem Soleimani was ‘a threat to all our interests’
6 Jan 2020
What is the prorogation of parliament?
Downing Street
In Depth

What is the prorogation of parliament?

Supreme Court says Boris Johnson’s decision to suspend Parliament was ‘unlawful’
24 Sep 2019
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