LONDON (Reuters) - British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, who will visit Myanmar on Friday, said the former British colony's transition to democracy was not yet complete but that Britain would offer its full support as a friend.
France has no intention of "punishing" Britain over Brexit, the French foreign minister said Thursday in response to comments from his British counterpart Boris Johnson.
France has no intention of "punishing" Britain over Brexit, the French foreign minister said Thursday in response to comments from his British counterpart Boris Johnson, but Paris will not let London cherry pick the parts of the EU it wants to remain a part of.
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While Boris Johnson says he can sketch out post-Brexit trade deals on the back of an envelope, one of the world's most powerful trading nations, China, has just opened a new route into Britain.
Britain's foreign minister warned Wednesday against World War II-style "punishment beatings" after France indicated it would not accept improved conditions for the UK outside the single market. Boris Johnson said it would not be in anyone's...Show More Summary
Britain's foreign minister Boris Johnson evoked a troubled chapter of France's history on Wednesday as he warned France against dishing out any World War II-style "punishment beatings" because Britain decided to leave the EU.
'If Mr Hollande wants to administer punishment beatings to anybody who seeks to escape [the EU], in the manner of some world war two movie....'
The Foreign Secretary said the U.K. will continue its “joyous exploration of other European culture.”
Boris Johnson blocks statement on how EU could encourage resolution of Israel-Palestine conflict in second row in 24 hours Britain has been accused of cowering in the face of Donald Trump after becoming involved in a second row in 24...Show More Summary
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said on Monday he was sure that Britain and the United States could conclude a free trade deal that was in their mutual interests after President-elect Donald Trump said he was keen for one.
LONDON (Reuters) - British foreign minister Boris Johnson will attend Cypriot-led negotiations in Geneva on Thursday aimed at ending the decades-long division of the island, the Foreign Office said.
In the House of Commons this afternoon the British Foreign Secretary, Boris Johnson, who had just returned from meeting the Trump team in Washington DC, made the following statement: “I think it is a widespread view in Washington, and...Show More Summary
Boris Johnson has returned from his trip to Washington to make contact with the new administration fired up by their apparent enthusiasm for a trade deal with the UK.
Foreign secretary says he considers matter closed after Israeli embassy apologised for official’s ‘take down MPs’ comments Boris Johnson has rejected calls to take disciplinary action against the Israeli embassy in London after one of...Show More Summary
Boris Johnson has met two top aides to President-elect Donald Trump, after the UKIP leader Nigel Farage outflanked the U.K.’s top politicians to secure a meeting with the Republican. The British foreign secretary is in New York, and has met with Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, and the incoming...
The meeting comes after Trump tweeted that Nigel Farage should be appointed as the U.K.’s ambassador to the U.S.