The British Foreign Policy Group commissioned BMG research to carry out a poll on public perceptions of UK foreign policy....1
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A simple guide to all UK Government Foreign Policy Ministers (including Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Department for International Development, Ministry of Defence, and Department for International Trade). Who are they, what department do...0
On Friday June 2nd, 2017, the British Foreign Policy Group (BFPG), in partnership with Birmingham City University, held a national foreign policy event in advance of the general election. The discussion was free to attend and open to all,...0
This event, to take place one week before the election, is an important opportunity to discuss the UK’s international position and choices at a critical time for our country. Bringing together political, business, expert and civil society...0
The BFPG’s Tom Cargill has taken all the foreign policy relevant sections of the 2017 Liberal Democrat manifesto and grouped them in one document to make it more accessible for everyone interested in UK foreign policy. He has also provided a...0
UK continues to make considerable contributions to international defence and security in diverse fields… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…3 hours ago
Equally important is to make case for free trade in a way that is accessible and understandable for all twitter.com/diplocourier/s…1 day ago
Tom Cargill, Executive Director, introduces the BFPG, highlighting its work, aims and objectives, as well as why the UK needs the British Foreign Policy Group....