ANKARA (Reuters) - British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson on Monday kicked off his first official visit to Ankara by highlighting his "proud ownership" of a Turkish washing machine and steered clear of his past prize-winning insults of President Tayyip Erdogan.
The way British ministers like Boris Johnson are approaching Brexit is really starting to bug senior politicians across the continent. Johnson, who was appointed Foreign Secretary by Theresa May as part of her cabinet reshuffle, is one...Show More Summary
British foreign minister Boris Johnson began a key visit to Turkey on Monday, months after he led the successful "Brexit" campaign that played on anti-Turkish sentiments. The trip by Johnson, who also won a prize for a rude poem about...Show More Summary
Britain has a lot of work to do before triggering the formal divorce procedure with the European Union but once it is done, the country will not let the process drag on, Foreign Minister Boris Johnson said on Sunday. Last week, Johnson said Britain would trigger Article 50 of the EU's Lisbon Treaty to start its exit from the bloc early next year. Show More Summary
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BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany and France brushed aside comments from British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson suggesting there was no link between the EU's principle of free movement and access to its single market, saying they could send Johnson a copy of the Lisbon Treaty and even travel to London to explain it to him in English.
Britain's exit talks with the European Union will likely start in early 2017 and could take less than the allotted two years, Britain's foreign secretary said Thursday. His comments came after the president of the European Parliament urged Britain to make an early start on the talks, saying it's important...
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said Thursday that Britain was aiming to trigger Article 50, the formal process for leaving the European Union, early next year. "We are talking to our European friends and partners in the expectation that by the early part of next year you will see an Article 50 letter. Show More Summary
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain will start the formal divorce procedure to leave the European Union early next year and may not need two years to negotiate a deal, Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said on Thursday.
International development secretary Priti Patel says government will spend an extra £37m, taking the total to £100m Britain is to increase its humanitarian aid to Yemen as MPs appealed to the foreign secretary, Boris Johnson, to use UN human rights council meetings in Geneva to back an independent inquiry into the conduct of the brutal civil war. Show More Summary
Following a UN security council meeting on Syria in New York on Tuesday, UK foreign secretary Boris Johnson speaks to reporters and suggests Russia’s involvement in the attack of a UN convoy that took place on Monday in Aleppo is ‘strong’ Boris Johnson: ‘strong’ evidence Russia carried out strike on UN convoy in Syria Continue reading...
Kerry likens Russian accounts of convoy attack to ‘parallel universe’ as he calls for grounding of Syrian planes over zones where humanitarian aid is delivered Boris Johnson has said there is “strong” evidence that Russian warplanes carried out the airstrike on Monday that destroyed a UN aid convoy in Syria. Show More Summary
The UK's Brexit Minister, Boris Johnson, has proposed a new immigration regime for a post-EU UK, in which the "white Commonwealth" countries (Canada, Australia and New Zealand) will have a relatively easy time migrating to the UK, while EU nationals, Africans, and post-colonial, racialised people will be excluded. (more…)
British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said Thursday said he favoured turning migrant vessels back towards Libya as a "deterrent" measure that would take the immigration heat off Italy. "We are determined in the UK to help Italy. We...Show More Summary
KIEV (Reuters) - British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said on Wednesday making progress toward peace in eastern Ukraine depended primarily on the Kremlin, adding that it was crucial for the West to maintain sanctions against Russ...
Hello! Here's what you need to know on Monday. 1. Boris Johnson is taking on Theresa May with a new 'hard Brexit' campaign group. "Change Britain" launched on Sunday with the support of Johnson and his former Brexit ally and cabinet minister Michael Gove. 2. Show More Summary