The Home Secretary argued Western powers must help developing nations avoid ‘haemorrhaging’ people.
Vaughan Gething used a feature that automatically deleted WhatsApp messages after a set period of time, an inquiry heard.
Downing Street said the Prime Minister believed it was essential for Parliament to be the place where MPs debated issues.
Henry Staunton gave evidence to MPs at the Business and Trade Committee on Tuesday.
A deputy commander of Iran’s Revolutionary Guard Corps is among those targeted by UK-US sanctions.
Housing minister Paul McLennan said the statistics are ‘sobering’.
South Staffordshire Council announced that it had served an enforcement notice on the owners on Tuesday.
Caoimhe Archibald confirmed to the Assembly that she would be meeting with Laura Trott, Chief Secretary to the Treasury in London on Wednesday.
Paul Scully said his own comments about ‘no-go areas’ in London and Birmingham had been ‘misconstrued’.
The Foreign Office minister urged both the Israelis and Hamas to seize the opportunity to end the fighting.
Mr Bates gave evidence to the Business and Trade Committee on Tuesday.
Jeremy Hunt is understood to be considering a further squeeze on already tight spending plans in order to pay for more tax cuts.
The UK Covid-19 inquiry into the coronavirus pandemic has resumed in Wales, hearing from families impacted by the virus.
Labour launched an attack on the scheme designed to help people save money on their energy bills.
Home Office minister Michael Tomlinson was asked 11 times to explain what was wrong with Lee Anderson’s comments, but did not do so.