Nigeria election: Crowds chant 'let us vote' after unexplained delays at polling units as they queue to choose new president
The anger in Lagos is palpable.
The anger in Lagos is palpable.
Russia claims US jets were intercepted on Monday
The Government is preparing to shelve a planned rise in the state pension age, as a decline in life expectancy leaves ministers struggling to justify the change.
BORIS Johnson's partygate defence dossier makes some interesting arguments …
But, Lord Ricketts said he doesn't think the Russian president will end up in The Hague anytime soon.
China may have concluded that Russia cannot win – and may now fear that a devastating defeat for Putin in Ukraine could threaten regime change in Moscow
A Hampshire councillor has resigned from the Conservative Party after calling TV pundit Ian Wright a "typical black hypocrite" on Twitter
The Heritage Foundation think tank wants California-based royal’s application published
Xi Jinping is in Moscow after releasing 12 point proposal for de-escalation in Ukraine
"Your fingerprints are all over this economy, aren't they?"
Ex-spy’s dossier on Donald Trump alleged Russia may have held compromising material on ex-president
Russian leader reacts to comments by UK defence minister that Britain will supply armour-piercing rounds to Kyiv
Thousands of Russian convicts who have fought for the Wagner mercenary group will be pardoned and released in the coming weeks, according to British intelligence. The Kremlin-controlled paramilitary Wagner Group has become increasingly powerful and spearheaded assaults on key towns such as Soledar, Popasna and Lysychansk during the Ukraine war. The UK’s Ministry of Defence (MoD) has said the military outfit has massively increased in size in the past year due to the recruitment of convicts from Russia’s jails.
Police Scotland is under pressure to act after Nicola Sturgeon disclosed she and her husband had not yet been spoken to as part of an investigation into alleged missing SNP funds.
Just when there are more important things to be debated, it appears the Commons will again be distracted by party feuds, says Guardian columnist Simon Jenkins
Our chief political commentator reads between the lines of the former prime minister’s submission to the Committee of Privileges
The guests sat in awkward silence until Trump's audio reconnected. He then said: "What happened was that the radical left was working on the phone."
Former PM said to have gone ‘off script’ with Partygate remarks in Commons
Labour is responding by saying it is nothing more than a sticking plaster. In his article in the New Statesman in which he announced his missions, Sir Keir Starmer decried the “sticking plaster politics” of the Government. The terms of trade are being set down.
Don’t support ‘illegal war’ in Ukraine, Jens Stoltenberg urges Xi Jinping
In the letter published by his press service, Prigozhin said the "large-scale attack" was planned for late March or the start of April. "I ask you to take all necessary measures to prevent the Wagner private military company being cut off from the main forces of the Russian army, which will lead to negative consequences for the special military operation," he said, employing the term that Moscow uses for its war in Ukraine.