London Mayor Boris Johnson is taking criticism after describing President Barack Obama as a “part-Kenyan president” in an op-ed piece for Britain’s best-selling Sun newspaper. According to BBC News, Johnson criticized Obama’s call for...Show More Summary
London Mayor Boris Johnson aired the notion that President Barack Obama harbors an "ancestral dislike" of the British Empire due to his part-Kenyan heritage, in a very public trans-Atlantic rift over the future of the U.K.'s membership in the European Union.
Mayor of London Boris Johnson wrote an editorial on Friday saying that President Obama is wrong to say that Britain should stay in the EU. He also wrote that Obama was wrong to move a statue of wartime Prime Minister Winston Churchill...Show More Summary
Boris Johnson has been accused of bad judgment after he wrote about claims that Barack Obama’s Kenyan heritage had driven the president towards anti-British sentiment. The Labour MPs Yvette Cooper and Chuka Umunna have both raised questions about the suggestion by the London mayor, who is a...
The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, is not holding back on Barack Obama. He just called him a ‘part-Kenyan’ hypocrite who harbors a strong dislike of Britain. Bing, bing, bing!
Although it seems as if Johnson is using the "part-Kenyan" distinction as a way to demonstrate the types of rhetoric that have been used the President in the past, he finds himself in hot water today and facing criticism from the UK Labour Party.
London Mayor Boris Johnson has criticized in the Sun newspapaer US President Barack Obama over his UK EU-membership support.
London Mayor Boris Johnson unveiled a stunning site in his city's historic Trafalgar Square on Tuesday: a replica of the 2,000-year-old Arch de Triumph from Palmyra, Syria. The original arch, once part of the internationally famous UNESCO world heritage site in Palmyra, was destroyed in an explosion by the Islamic State after they took control of the city last year. […]
There's less than three weeks until Londoners elect their next mayor and the latest poll released by ComRes says Labour candidate Sadiq Khan remains on course to replace the outgoing Boris Johnson on May 5. Tooting MP Khan enjoyed significant...Show More Summary
It would be hypocritical of President Barack Obama to support Britain staying in the European Union because Washington would never share its own sovereignty, London Mayor Boris Johnson said ahead of a visit by the U.S. leader. ObamaShow More Summary
EDINBURGH (Reuters) - It would be hypocritical of President Barack Obama to support Britain staying in the European Union because Washington would never share its own sovereignty, London Mayor Boris Johnson said on Saturday ahead of a visit by the U.S. Show More Summary
Housing tops the list of major concerns for Londoners. The capital's population has grown 55% faster during Boris Johnson's premiership than it did under Ken Livingstone, according to the Centre for Policy Studies (CPS), and it's estimated...Show More Summary
Last year, I interviewed London Mayor Boris Johnson at an event in Singapore. He’s an interesting guy - expected to be Prime Minister of the U.K. someday - but for the life of me, I couldn’t stop looking at his hair! LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - APRIL 9: Mayor of London Boris [...]
Last week, researchers from Cambridge University’s Department of Architecture presented plans for an 80-story wooden skyscraper to London Mayor Boris Johnson.
Researchers at Cambridge University's Department of Architecture, working alongside PLP Architecture and engineering firm Smith and Wallwork, have presented conceptual plans for a wooden skyscraper to London mayor Boris Johnson. If it...Show More Summary
Mr. Johnson, the mayor of London, is bucking his party by supporting Britain’s exit from the European Union, effectively announcing his bid to be prime minister.
London’s first timber skyscraper could be a step closer to reality this week after researchers presented Mayor of London Boris Johnson with conceptual plans for an 80-storey, 300m high wooden building integrated within the Barbican.
ConHome Was the Mayor’s Brexit move a mistake? The big political betting story this lunch time is that Boris Johnson has been pushed out of the top slot in the Conservativehome survey of next.com leader preferences by Michael Gove. Boris is, of course the long-standing betting favourite to succeed David Cameron but he’s been having […]
From the Observer 25 March 2016 t is easy to see how Boris Johnson could be prime minister by the autumn. “Leave” wins, and David Cameron resigns. We already know that a majority of the 140,000 or so Conservative party members, who will decide the government of a country of 64 million, back him. Give […]
LONDON (Reuters) - London Mayor Boris Johnson's leading role in campaigning for Britain to leave the EU is sending "unwelcome and unhelpful" signals to investors about the capital's future, the head of the City of London Corporation said on Tuesday.