It was a pleasure to co-chair the #COP26 meeting on the importance of nature.
To keep the pathway to 1.5 degrees alive, we must change the way we use our land & oceans, protect our forests and restore ecosystems globally. (1/4)
This government-to-government FACT dialogue brings together 30 of the world’s largest producers & consumers of agricultural commodities, such as beef 🐄 and timber 🪵 to develop the roadmap towards sustainable trade. (2/4)
Heartbreaking to hear of the death of Sir David Amess. A decent man and respected Parliamentarian, killed in his own community while carrying out his public duties. A tragic day for our democracy. My thoughts and prayers are with David’s family.
I congratulate all involved for identifying this individual and developing the evidence. Yet further confirmation that responsibility for the attack lies firmly in the hands of the Russian state. I urge the government to do all it can to bring the individuals concerned to justice
Third Russian accused by UK police of involvement in 2018 attack on former double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia in Salisbury, which left three people critically ill and one dead
“What must be of key concern to us is the message this sends around the world to those who would do the West harm”
My contribution on the situation in Afghanistan, its future and implications for the world:
I was proud to lead the UK to be the first major economy to legislate for #netzero. But legislation alone won't reverse the decline in our natural environment
I’m now joining @AldersgateGrp as their Chair - to help business achieve these ambitions & champion the green revolution
So proud of our @England#ThreeLions team.
Tonight wasn’t our night. But throughout this hard-fought #EURO2020 tournament, you have lifted the spirits of millions.
Your talent, commitment to one another & dedication to our country has been inspirational. 🏴
Today my thoughts are with all those who lost their lives at Grenfell Tower and their loved ones who live with their loss every day. Their suffering is made all the harder by the shocking evidence emerging from the Grenfell Tower Inquiry. Their dignity is remarkable.
Will Boris Johnson review the law following collapse of recent Hillsborough trial? asks former PM Theresa May
PM says families of victims have shown "tremendous courage and determination" and he will "certainly be looking at the case"
For three decades the Hillsborough families have fought for justice. For three decades they have shown such dignity and resolve. With the collapse of this trial, they will feel the system has let them down again. My heart goes out to them today.
"Perhaps the most important aspect of his life was his absolute commitment to supporting Her Majesty the Queen."
Former PM Theresa May says the Duke of Edinburgh "put his life to ensuring the success of his wife" in a tribute to Prince Philp.