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Defence Minister Ben Wallace was seen by some as the favorite choice among Conservative party members in what's shaping up to be a wide open leadership race following Boris Johnson's resignation announcement
In a video call to Defence Secretary Ben Wallace, prankster duo Vovan and Lexus pretended to be Ukrainian prime minister Denys Shmyhal
Some US allies have said they are ending evacuation efforts, in part to give the US time to wrap up its own operations before getting 5,000 of its troops out by August 31
Wallace, Wright, Bosh and Webber were among the 16 names announced on Sunday as this year’s Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame enshrinement class
NBA: Oklahoma City Thunder's Russell Westbrook threatens Utah Jazz spectators, alleges fans racially taunted him
Russell Westbrook threatened a female fan and her male companion when the Oklahoma City Thunder player got into another heated exchange with Utah spectators during a NBA game on Monday.
UK govt to begin deployment of drone detection systems, days after Gatwick airport shutdowns over device sightings
British security minister Ben Wallace said on Monday that the government can now deploy drone detection systems nationwide, after days of device sightings caused chaos at Gatwick Airport and criticism of the government response.
UK security minister says Russian president 'ultimately' responsible for nerve agent attack on former spy
The UK blamed Russia for the 4 March attack, sparking furious denials. In the aftermath, Britain and its allies expelled dozens of Russian diplomats, prompting Russian to respond in kind.
UK suspends mutual legal assistance process with US over fear that two suspects from Islamic State's 'Beatles' group could be executed
The Home Office said it had agreed to a "short-term pause" of the mutual legal assistance process with the US over Alexanda Amon Kotey and El Shafee el-Sheikh after a request from lawyers acting for one of the men.
Security Minister Ben Wallace said Britain believed “quite strongly” that the ransomware attack came from a foreign state.
The government has previously complained technology companies are not doing enough to tackle the use of their networks to promote extremist ideology.