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Cabinet reshuffle 'Ask Me Anything' hosted live by John Rentoul
The reshuffle was more dramatic than expected, with Liz Truss promoted to foreign secretary, Dominic Raab moved to the justice department and given the deputy prime minister title, and Michael Gove given the hardest brief: housing.
France 'stabbed in back' by Australia over submarine deal, says minister
Foreign minister Jean-Yves Le Drian. Photo: Karim Jaafar/AFP
Labour party pledges ethical core to Britain's foreign policy
The Labour party on Sunday pledged to end what it calls the Conservative government's "corporate-centred approach" to trade and rebuild policy around protecting workers' rights and interests both in the UK and abroad.
David Miliband: UK must engage with Taliban to deal with humanitarian crisis
Britain must work with the Taliban to avoid the humanitarian crisis unfolding in Afghanistan ending in social and economic meltdown, David Miliband has told the Guardian, as he called for the imminent evacuation of Nato troops not to be followed by a diplomatic abdication by the west.
Discounts in Thailand and Malaysia amid the pandemic
Two Southeast Asian nations have offered generous fee reductions or refunds to university students as renewed waves of COVID-19 are expected to keep campuses closed into the new academic year, but critics have said that the aid is too little, too late.
Dozens gather in Mississauga in solidarity with the people of Afghanistan | CBC News
Dozens of people gathered in Mississauga on Sunday in protest over recent developments in Afghanistan and to stand in solidarity with the Afghan people.
Trudeau calls election as he seeks to capitalise on vaccination success
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has triggered an election as he seeks to capitalise on Canada being one of the most fully vaccinated countries in the world.
Trudeau triggers Canadian election, voting day Sept. 20
TORONTO - Prime Minister Justin Trudeau triggered an election Sunday as he seeks to capitalize on Canada being one of the most fully vaccinated countries in the world.
Canadian PM Trudeau to call election on Sept. 20
TORONTO - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will announce Sunday he is calling a snap election for Sept. 20, an official familiar with the plans told The Associated Press.
Official: Canadian PM Trudeau to call election for Sept 20
TORONTO - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will announce Sunday he is calling a snap election for Sept. 20, an official familiar with the plans told The Associated Press.