Dubai's reputation as a holiday and business destination comes under scrutiny tomorrow, when a legal hearing for three Brits will hear them claim they were brutally tortured by police.
Arguing over Israel building a house on a mountain thousands of miles away simply isn't worth the Foreign Office's time.
The UK and the UN should accept Palestinian statehood for peace to prevail.
For the first time in a while, Cameron had the fire in his belly.
Britain is seeking to "de-escalate" fighting between Israeli and Palestinian forces, but further fighting suggests a ceasefire is unlikely.
William Hague has pinned the blame for the current flare-up in the Middle East on Hamas, following a spate of killings on both sides of the border.
David Cameron is in the Middle East today, angering campaigners who oppose his efforts to sell Typhoon jets to countries with questionable human rights records.
The UK can impose a ban on all goods from Israeli settlements, according to new legal opinion.
New president Mohammed Mursi faces a historic test in the weeks and months to come.
Britain's foreign secretary has demanded "indisputable signs of change" from the Syrian regime as the UN prepares to send in monitors.
Progress could be made against Bashar al-Assad's regime even if it refuses to accept Kofi Annan's six-point plan, UK politicians are hoping.
Security concerns are forcing Britain to withdraw its diplomatic staff from Syria, William Hague has said.
Lady Tonge has had the whip withdrawn for saying "Israel is not going to be there forever". But why shouldn't we question it?
Britain will help tighten the international "stranglehold" on Bashar al-Assad's regime, William Hague has pledged, as violence continues in Syria.
Britain and other western states should bring the Syrian crisis "to a head" by imposing a full economic embargo, former foreign secretary Sir Malcolm Rifkind has said.
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This story just isn't going away. The killing in Syria has only intensified since I made our podcast about it. But it's become clear that despite much hand-wringing, there is little scope for united action around the world.
Last year Britain committed its forces against a brutal regime tyrannising its people. Twelve months later, are we prepared to do it again?
British diplomats should concentrate their efforts on the Arab League to advance international pressure on Bashar al-Assad's regime, the chair of the Commons' foreign affairs committee has told politics.co.uk.
Frustrated MPs are becoming increasingly anxious about the situation in Syria - and the need to intervene.
Britain's ambassador to Syria has been recalled but London is not prepared to break diplomatic links with the Assad regime completely, the foreign secretary has said.
The situation in Syria currently seems to be spiraling out of control, on the brink between uprising and full on civil war.
Britain is calling on European foreign ministers to intensify economic sanctions against Iran, one day after expelling the country's diplomats from the UK.
As Turkish president Abdullah Gul begins a three-day state visit to the UK, the country traditionally at the crossroads between east and west finds itself facing an ancient dilemma once again.
David Cameron has spoken of his pride in Britain's role in removing Muammar Gaddafi from power, after confirmation of the renegade leader's violent death.