Without making a big deal about it, Boris Johnson, British Minister of Foreign Affairs is now resuming subsidizing Adam Smith International (ASI) following a two-month break. In December 2017, the BBC programme Panorama had shown that...Show More Summary
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain should be able to leave the European Union's single market and customs union and still ensure there is no hard border in Ireland after Brexit, Foreign minister Boris Johnson said on Tuesday.
Sam Knight on the British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, who this week delivered the first of six “Road to Brexit” televised speeches to be given by Cabinet ministers in order to reassure the nation.
Could the United Kingdom hold a Brexit do-over? That possibility seemed to worry Foreign Minister Boris Johnson, who warned in a speech Wednesday that a second referendum would be a “disastrous mistake” that would bring “another year of wrangling and turmoil and feuding in which the whole country would lose.” Johnson's comments come as calls for […]
Boris Johnson's politics are, in my opinion, stupid. But when it comes to where it really counts - self-promotion - he undoubtedly has a flair for that, even if his bumbling, mumbling and public disassembling is contrived to cultivate a clownish character. Show More Summary
The foreign secretary, a leading advocate of a clean break with the European Union, is expected to offer opponents of withdrawal reassuring words but no policy concessions.
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's foreign minister Boris Johnson showed little sign on Wednesday of softening his tough stance on Brexit in a speech billed as aiming to soothe concerns among voters about the economic impact of leaving the European Union.
Boris Johnson delivered a speech today calling for Theresa May to implement a hard Brexit. The foreign secretary called for the UK to be tough on immigration and trade. Yet Johnson has previously argued the complete opposite on multiple...Show More Summary
Boris Johnson accuses anti-Brexit supporters of making a "disastrous mistake". The Foreign Secretary says those trying to stop Brexit are creating a "betrayal" of the referendum vote. He says Remainers are becoming "ever more determined"...Show More Summary
LONDON (Reuters) - British foreign minister Boris Johnson will say on Wednesday that it would be "intolerable" and "undemocratic" if the country has to follow European Union rules and regulations after Brexit, showing little sign he will give ground on his tough position.
Boris Johnson accuses anti-Brexit supporters of making a "disastrous mistake". The Foreign Secretary will warn those trying to stop Brexit of a "betrayal" of the referendum vote. He will say Remainers are becoming "ever more determined"...Show More Summary
LONDON (Reuters) - Foreign minister Boris Johnson will appeal on Wednesday to those who he says are seeking to reverse the result of Britain's vote to leave the European Union, saying Brexit "is not grounds for fear but hope".
British foreign minister Boris Johnson said London was concerned at Iran's role in a confrontation at Israel’s border with Syria. "We are concerned at the Iranian actions, which detract from efforts to get a genuine peace process under way," Johnson said in a statement on Monday. Show More Summary
LONDON (Reuters) - British foreign minister Boris Johnson said London was concerned at Iran's role in a confrontation at Israel’s border with Syria.
BANGKOK (AP) — British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson met Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi on Sunday to discuss the Southeast Asian nation's Muslim ethnic Rohingya minority and how almost 700,000 of them can be repatriated safely after fleeing to Bangladesh to escape violence perpetrated largely by Myanmar's military.
Britain's Foreign Secretary, Boris Johnson, says Myanmar's leader is not fully aware of what he called 'the horror' in northern Rakhine state.
Britain's foreign minister Boris Johnson meets displaced Rohingya Muslims, hours after speaking to Aung San Suu Kyi in Myanmar's capital. No reporter narration.
Britain's foreign minister Boris Johnson stopped off in Myanmar on Sunday to press Aung San Suu Kyi on the need for an independent probe into violence in Rakhine state, as the country faces mounting pressure to punish troops accused of atrocities against the Muslim Rohingya. Show More Summary
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has met Myanmar’s leader Aung San Suu Kyi and called on her to help the Rohingya refugees. Mr Johnson said Burmese authorities should fully investigate the violence against the Rohingya minority and create the ‘right conditions’ for them to return to their homes in Rakhine state. More than 620, 000 Rohingya…