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Science of 4th industrial revolution

London’s science attachés joined senior academics at Imperial College London to learn more about ground-breaking research into the materials science, which is driving the so-called…

Foreign students an asset to UK

A new All-Party Group for International Students will be launched this month (May) to focus parliamentary attention on issues affecting foreign students in the UK,…

Economic case will sway Remain vote

The decision to remain or leave the EU will come down to the silent majority’s assessment of the economic risks, the Financial Secretary to the…

Lord Speaker calls for reform of the Lords

The House of Lords plays a key role in Britain’s legislative process, but without piecemeal reform its reputation risks being eroded, the outgoing House of…

Turmoil to follow EU vote – SNP MP

The referendum on Britain’s EU membership will not settle its relationship with Europe, no matter which way the vote goes, a senior Scottish National Party…

Embassies urged to adapt to new security threats

The new unpredictable methodology of terrorists requires diplomatic missions to be more vigilant and better prepared for emergencies, security officers at London’s embassies were told…

Marathon Man

Proving that diplomacy is a marathon not a sprint, Latvian Ambassador and running enthusiast Andris Teikmanis (pictured) finished this year’s London Marathon in an impressive…

Envoys pick pro-EU mayor in City Hall race

London’s diplomatic corps has chosen Sadiq Khan as the “best ambassador for London on the world stage”, the first time envoys have picked a Labour…

Turmoil to follow EU vote – SNP MP

The referendum on Britain’s EU membership will not settle its relationship with Europe, no matter which way the vote goes, a senior Scottish National Party…