Big companies will have to show that their supply chains do not use child slave labour or exploit people, David Cameron has announced.Read the full story ›
David Cameron wants to clear out international corruption, but is sweeping his own backyard first.Read the full story ›
The Prime Minister has arrived in Jakarta at the start of a tour of South East Asia taking in Indonesia, Singapore, Vietnam and Malaysia.Read the full story ›
However, today the UK may very well be taking the first step down that road, says Carl Dinnen.Read the full story ›
With new figures set to show a huge increase in the number of children living in poverty, the PM is discussing changing how it's measured.Read the full story ›
Italy is struggling to cope with the volume of child migrants who have travelled to Europe and are now at the mercy of people traffickers.Read the full story ›
Royal Navy warship HMS Bulwark has already rescued 701 people in what promises to be the busiest day of operations in the Mediterranean.Read the full story ›
Make no mistake, these fresh net migration figures are absolutely terrible for the Government.Read the full story ›
This is a deliberate statement of intent from the new government.
These are measures that the Conservative Party have been chomping at the bit to get through.
The Liberal Democrats have been proudly saying today that they blocked these measures on three separate occasions during the coalition government.
We can finally see what the Conservative Home Secretary Theresa May wants to do now that she is unshackled from the coalition.
There are other measures we may see such as the so-called Snoopers Charter, the draft Communications Bill and no-one would put a lot of money on the Human Rights Act still being entirely in place by the end of this Parliament.