In confirmation that Theresa May's upcoming Florence speech this Friday is not only what many have called "the most important day for Brexit since the referendum", but also the most opaque, the Telegraph reports that UK Foreign Secretary...Show More Summary
LONDON — Boris Johnson would be sacked from the cabinet were it not for Theresa May's weakness in parliament, a veteran Tory MP has said. Ken Clarke told BBC Radio 4's Today programme that in any normal circumstances Johnson, the foreign...Show More Summary
Former Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron goes on the attack against the "most ineffective" foreign secretary he has ever seen. Farron urges prime Minister Theresa May to distance herself from the "jingoistic nonsense" of Johnson and...Show More Summary
With an inflammatory essay, he has injected himself into the debate over how to leave the E.U. — and possibly devised an intricate route to the top.
The now (in)famous article Boris Johnson wrote about Brexit in the Telegraph (on his Facebook page here) has been presented entirely in political terms. It was an attack on Theresa May, an act of disloyalty or treachery, a sackable offence, the outcome of blind ambition and his positioning for a leadership challenge. Show More Summary
President Donald Trump attended a United Nations summit earlier today, and if the Telegraph is to be believed, Trump made a beeline for British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson. President Trump and Johnson shared a warm handshake, and...Show More Summary
In setting out his own vision for Brexit, Boris Johnson has stirred up colleagues and increased the pressure on British Prime Minister Theresa May ahead of her big speech on Europe later this week. The foreign secretary was accused of...Show More Summary
Theresa May declines to get involved in row between Boris Johnson and the statistics watchdog PM's spokesperson says the foreign secretary's views are "well known" and asks journalists to look the figures up themselves. UK Statistics...Show More Summary
Britain's statistics regulator has accused Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson of misleadingly claiming that leaving the European Union will give Britain an extra 350 million pounds ($475 million) a week to … Click to Continue »
LONDON — Boris Johnson has been left isolated after his intervention on Brexit as cabinet colleagues refused to support him and he was accused of a "clear misuse of official statistics." Friends of Environment Secretary Michael GoveShow More Summary
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's foreign minister Boris Johnson was accused by cabinet colleagues on Sunday of "backseat driving" on Brexit after setting out his own vision of the country's future outside the European Union.
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's interior minister Amber Rudd said on Sunday that Boris Johnson was not starting a leadership bid by setting out his plans for Brexit in a newspaper article, adding that his intervention was "absolutely fine".
Timing is always an issue in politics. Boris Johnson's periodic reminder that he's tussling for the Tory crown raised an eyebrow or two, coming as it did on the evening of a terror attack on the tube. Still, such trifles are nothing when we're dealing with a historic personality of world importance. Show More Summary