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UK to Push for UN Resolution Against Syria Chemical Attacks Perpetrators

The United Kingdom and its partners will push for a UN resolution condemning those behind chemical attacks in Syria, UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said Thursday.

Key Brexit ministers are holding peace talks after weeks of falling out with each other

The three ministers tasked with delivering a Brexit got together to "clear the air" on Wednesday after weeks of rows and tension. Boris Johnson, Liam Fox, and David Davis, who were chosen by prime minister Theresa May to head the ministries...Show More Summary

The Dark Side of Boris Johnson

5 days agoArts : Straight Up

Back in April, before the Brexit vote, Heathcote Williams wrote a merciless pamphlet, subtitled “A Study in Depravity,” about the most notorious cheerleader for the British exit from the European Union. Completely factual, replete with scores of footnotes, it was circulated to friends and then taken up by the London Review of Books, which republished […]

Japan's Prime Minister just rocked up to the Olympics dressed as Mario

Back when Beijing was handing the Olympics over to London in 2008, we were treated to the spectacle of one-man omnishambles Boris Johnson sheepishly taking on the flag to mark the handover before London 2012. Japan, which is cueing up 2020's games in Tokyo, has done things a little differently - and with a little more style. Show More Summary

Russia Welcoming 2-Day Ceasefires in Aleppo is 'Step Forward' - London

Russia agreeing to a UN proposal to introduce 48-hour pauses in fighting in the Syrian city of Aleppo is a "step forward," UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said Friday.

After being a polling phenomenon Boris Johnson joins the negative ratings club

Being a cabinet minister means he’s much less in the limelight One of the PB YouGov Favourability Ratings that hasn’t attracted much attention is that for the former longstanding favourite to succeed Cameron, the ex-Mayor and current Foreign Secretary, Boris Johnson. He recorded a net minus 5 which wasn’t so bad compared with the other […]

May on Holiday, Boris in Charge: 'Like Putting Chuckle Brothers on Newsnight'

With UK Prime Minister Theresa May on a hiking holiday in the Swiss Alps, British government officials have announced that Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson will be taking charge of the country for the next week, sparking a series of jokes and outbursts about his suitability for the job.

The Tories set to re-introduce Fox hunting with hounds if the International Trade Secretary doesn’t wind his neck in

Liam Fox and Boris Johnson locked in feud over who controls Britain's foreign policy https://t.co/lmXFdd3A7O — Telegraph Politics (@TelePolitics) August 13, 2016 Taking the 10/1 on Liam Fox being the first cabinet minister to leave the cabinet looks tempting. Today’s Sunday Telegraph has a story which says Liam Fox and Boris Johnson are locked in a […]

Root For England (Except for Tom Hiddleston) in the Olympics If You Like Winning, Dummies!!!

England as is in 2016, post-Brexit vote but pre-actual Brexit, is a wild time. Its government is a total shitshow (though feckless rogue figures like Boris Johnson make Americans feel a little less alone in the Trump plight). It’s this...Show More Summary

UK Urged to Correct Saudi 'Propaganda' Amid Juvenile Execution Fears

UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson is being urged to publicly reject Saudi Arabian "propaganda" claims concerning three young men on death row, amid fears the protestors are set to be executed in the country – despite being convicted as juveniles.

Boris Johnson, consistency and punditry in politics

(July 31, 2016 07:23 AM, by Alberto Mingardi) In this rather entertaining video, Boris Johnson is taken to task for some of his rather flamboyant past witticisms. Johnson, now Foreign Secretary of the United Kingdom since Theresa May ascended to the prime minister's office, is a writer and... (0 COMMENTS)

IAN BREMMER: Boris Johnson is a buffoon but he will keep the Tories together

Ian Bremmer, president of Eurasia Group, analyses Boris Johnson's role as UK Foreign Secretary. He believes Johnson will have a key role in Theresa May's government despite calling him a "buffoon" and "venal." Produced by Claudia Romeo. Filmed by Lamar Salter Join the conversation about this story »

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