Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson also calls Saudi-led bloc of countries to lift embargo imposed on Qatar.
Boris Johnson rules out challenging May before Brexit. Foreign Secretary stumbles during interviews on the Queen's Speech. May's allies insist she is "getting on with the job". LONDON – Boris Johnson has ruled out attempting to replace...Show More Summary
Rachel Johnson is a journalist. She is also Boris Johnson's sister. Just the other day she called in to London radio show LBC to air some of her views on the recent and horrific tragedy that has shaken the city:...
LONDON — Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson faces questions over his decision to slash London's fire service while being the Mayor of London. Johnson presided over the closure of 10 fire stations and the removal of 27 fire engines, despite...Show More Summary
Despite Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson pledging his loyalty and support to Prime Minister Theresa May, there are at least five cabinet ministers that believe Boris should topple May and assume the role of Conservative leader and Prime Minister. Show More Summary
Sheikh al-Thani to ask Boris Johnson to denounce diplomatic embargo by Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, UAE and Egypt Qatar’s foreign minister has rushed to London to urge Boris Johnson to condemn the air embargo imposed on the Gulf state, amid...Show More Summary
British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has denied plotting to topple Prime Minister Theresa May, who has been weakened by the Conservative Party's disastrous election result. Johnson tweeted that an article … Click to Continue »
LONDON — Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has been forced to deny that he is plotting to oust Theresa May as Prime Minister, following reports in two Sunday newspapers that he intends to do so. "Mail on Sunday tripe - I am backing Theresa may. Show More Summary
New poll suggests Labour would win a second general election. Survation poll finds Jeremy Corbyn's party on 45% of the vote to the Conservatives 39%. Pressure is growing for Boris Johnson to challenge Theresa May to stand down. PollShow More Summary
May to confirm the rest of her cabinet after Boris Johnson, Philip Hammond, Amber Rudd, and David Davis keep jobs. May under pressure to sack her joint chiefs of staff Nick Timothy and Fiona Hill. Tories and DUP to agree written "programme...Show More Summary
A humbled Theresa May has finally apologised to defeated Tory MPs and pledged to stay for five more years – but is now too ‘weak’ to sack rivals including Philip Hammond and Boris Johnson, it was revealed today. The Prime Minister’s political career is hanging by a thread after she promised to offer ‘certainty’ for […]