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"We can't compete on commodities. But we can offer a clean and green image of premium brands," says Scotland's food minister Richard Lochhead.
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Oliver Heald, who represents North East Herts, confirmed the news that he is to receive a knighthood from Her Majesty for his 23 years of service to politics.
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Almost half of Conservative and UKIP voters don't believe in human rights, or in the European court that regulates them, according to pollsters at YouGov. The poll shows that 37 percent of Tories don't believe that humans are entitled to any form of rights merely by virtue of their humanity.
Britain's opposition Labour Party leader Ed Miliband met U.S. President Barack Obama at the White House on Monday and said they had a wide-ranging discussion touching on relations with Russia and the Ukraine crisis.
UK public sector sourcing plan backs local food industry: 'All food that can be bought locally will be bought locally' "Our long-term economic plan is all about backing the do-ers and the hard-workers - and no one does more or works as hard in Britain today than our farmers," UK Prime Minister David Cameron says.
Europe must develop a strong foreign and defence policy to enable it to deal with crises like Ukraine, Tony Blair has said.
Chancellor George Osborne has sought to play down reports that the Conservatives are backing plans to stop families claiming child benefit for more than four children.
It seems that voting Yes may be better for our health than sticking to an increasingly sick UK, writes Lesley Riddoch It's the height of the silly season.
British colonialism was bloody, nasty and unjust and our columnist Kevin Maguire does not feel any pride for the current empire David Cameron's championing of Britain as a servant economy for the world's plutocrats gives a hollow ring to his empty threats against Vlad the Impaler.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird in St. Petersburg, Russia, prior to the G20 Summit in 2013.
Graveyard of desecration: Grave robbers. Ghoulish tourists taking pictures on their mobiles.
The current arrangements in the European Union are "simply not acceptable", Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond said as he confirmed he would vote to sever ties with Brussels unless there are significant reforms.
Former Tory Cabinet minister Ken Clarke has questioned the strength of the recovery, claiming it is "not firmly enough rooted" in a balance between manufacturing and services.
A cleaner who prompted the resignation of a minister when it emerged she was working in the UK illegally was arrested yesterday as she attended her daughter's wedding.
Ed Miliband is to promise there will be no return to the tax and spend policies of past Labour governments.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 10:54 am
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