The shadow foreign secretary has said it “seems unthinkable” Dominic Raab would not have been told of the Harry Dunn crash for almost two weeks after a briefing note about the death was sent to his private office.
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The family of Harry Dunn have called on the Foreign Secretary to launch a judge-led public inquiry after accusing the Government of a “cover-up” over their son’s death.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock has warned that people are unlikely to be able to go on foreign holidays this summer, despite Ryanair planning to restore 40% of its flights from July.
Harry Dunn’s family are set to meet the shadow foreign secretary to encourage parliamentary scrutiny over the Foreign Office’s (FCO) handling of the case.
Lawyers representing the family of Harry Dunn are set to be handed more documents which they hope will help their legal case against the Foreign Office.
The lawyer for the alleged killer of teenage motorcyclist Harry Dunn has opened up a dialogue with the Foreign Office (FCO) in order to work towards a “resolution”.
More than 1,500 Britons stranded in New Zealand will be repatriated on five charter flights beginning this week.
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has been accused by the UK’s struggling travel industry of “undermining confidence in it” after revealing he has no plans to book a summer holiday.
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has revealed he has no plans to book a summer holiday during the coronavirus pandemic.
Flights to bring back stranded Britons from the Indian cities of Delhi, Goa and Mumbai will begin next week, the Government has said.
Hundreds of thousands of UK citizens are stranded abroad due to the coronavirus pandemic.
A coronavirus-stricken cruise ship stranded off the coast of Panama with over 200 British nationals on board will be allowed to continue its journey through the Panama Canal.
Three British Airways flights have been chartered to bring home hundreds of British tourists stranded in Peru.
Hundreds of thousands of UK tourists could be stranded overseas for weeks as airlines ground planes and countries close borders due to the coronavirus.
New Government advice against all non-essential travel worldwide will help to give consumers and the industry some clarity about where they now stand, according to experts.
The Queen is reportedly set to “distance herself” from the ruler of Dubai following a High Court ruling that he abducted and detained his daughters against their will.
The family of Harry Dunn are set to challenge the Foreign Office (FCO) over the diplomatic immunity given to his alleged killer in a High Court trial this summer.