Last-ditch efforts to salvage Canada's trade deal with the European Union appeared to collapse Friday, as International Trade Minister Chrystia Freeland walked out of talks with the regional government of Wallonia. Belgium won't sign on to CETA without the support of its regions.
HAPLESS ministers today finally admitted that the majority of migrant 'children' coming to Britain are actually males in their late teens, but risked sparking a fresh row after dubiously claiming they did not mislead the public over the issue.
THERESA May today firmly rebuked European leaders resisting Britain's exit from the EU by telling them "this is in British hands".
THE UK was told three million migrants is "nothing'" during David Cameron's failed negations with EU leaders, according to a former aide.
As Canada's provincial, territorial and federal leaders grapple over carbon pricing policy, China is moving ahead with a cap-and-trade market that some believe could transform the dynamics of the international climate change battle.
Justin Trudeau's offer of help might apply to action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, funding for foreign aid or a new commitment to peacekeeping operations. But then again, our humble outpost is presently noted for far more than mere contributions to UN activities. Now we have symbolic import.
LABOUR'S top officials are to be removed in “a night of the long knives" planned by Jeremy Corbyn's hard left allies if he is confirmed as winner of the leadership contest on Saturday.
THERESA May pledged to divert millions from foreign aid to tackling the migrant crisis and fighting terrorism.
The top-level Trudeau adviser overseeing a possible extradition treaty with China told the previous government that China's so-called "economic fugitives" don't belong on Canadian soil, The Canadian Press has learned.
THERESA MAY’S Government will run the country without any opposition for years to come as Labour will remain a broken institution, Tony Blair’s former adviser has said.