Boris Johnson says Vladimir Putin is ‘evil’

Vladimir Putin is “evil”, Boris Johnson said as UK ministers stepped up their personal attacks on the Russian president. “I think that what he has done is evil,” the Prime Minister told GB News at the NATO Summit in Madrid. Asked if Putin himself is evil after Russia's invasion of Ukraine this year, Mr Johnson … Continue reading Boris Johnson says Vladimir Putin is ‘evil’

Tory MPs send in letters of no-confidence in Boris Johnson

Tory MPs Tobias Ellwood and Anthony Mangnall have called for the resignation of Boris Johnson today, with both revealing they will send in letters of no-confidence in the Prime Minister’s leadership of the Tory party. Photo by Artem Beliaikin on Pexels.com Ellwood, who is MP for Bournemouth East and chair of the Defence Select Committee, … Continue reading Tory MPs send in letters of no-confidence in Boris Johnson

Boris to visit Russia-Ukraine region amid crisis

According to a report from the Independent, United Kingdom's Prime Minister Boris Johnson will visit the Russian-Ukraine region in the coming days in an effort to "ramp up deterrence [and] avoid bloodshed" amid growing concerns. Bioris Johnson The report details that Johnson will "accelerate diplomatic efforts" during his trip and speak to Russian President Vladimir Putin … Continue reading Boris to visit Russia-Ukraine region amid crisis

Can Tory MPs vote out the PM and pick a new one?

Several senior Tories have called for the removal of Boris Johnson as prime minister and leader of the Conservative Party. Boris Johnson It follows allegations that he and his staff at 10 Downing Street broke Covid rules by holding parties. For Mr Johnson to be forced from office, Conservative MPs need to bring about a … Continue reading Can Tory MPs vote out the PM and pick a new one?

UK under pressure over vulnerable Afghans left behind

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Sunday praised the “colossal” effort to airlift civilians from Kabul, as U.K. troops and diplomats flew home after the two-week mission, ending 20 years of British military involvement in Afghanistan. UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson In a video message, Johnson praised the “colossal exertions” of British troops engaged in … Continue reading UK under pressure over vulnerable Afghans left behind

Boris Johnson: Taliban should not be recognised as Afghan government

Nobody should bilaterally recognise the Taliban as the government of Afghanistan, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Sunday, adding it was clear that there would be a new administration in the country very shortly. "We don't want anybody bilaterally recognising the Taliban," Johnson said in an interview clip, urging the West to work together on Afghanistan through … Continue reading Boris Johnson: Taliban should not be recognised as Afghan government

Boris Johnson expecting second child with wife, Carrie

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is expecting his second child with wife Carrie Johnson. The expectant mum, 33, announced the news on her private Instagram page last weekend, and will welcome a baby boy or girl into the world in December. Carrie uploaded a picture of a blue baby’s pram along with a heartfelt caption, … Continue reading Boris Johnson expecting second child with wife, Carrie

UK Prime Minister speaks against racism in English football

People have different opinions about the England football team’s decision to take the knee to oppose racism before matches this summer. Some England fans have booed as it was happening, while others remained silent, or applauded. UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson After racist abuse was directed at members of the England team when they lost the Euro 2020 final, the … Continue reading UK Prime Minister speaks against racism in English football

Boris insists UK must learn to live with the virus

Britain plans to scrap laws requiring face masks and social distancing later this month, Prime Minister Boris Johnson confirmed Monday, even as he acknowledged that lifting the restrictions will drive surging coronavirus cases higher. Boris Johnson Johnson said legal controls will be replaced by “personal responsibility” when the country moves to the final stage of … Continue reading Boris insists UK must learn to live with the virus

Why Boris will delay June 21 lockdown

BORIS Johnson is set to delay lockdown lifting “freedom day” to July 19 after cases of the mutant Indian strain exploded by 240 per cent in just a week, The Sun can reveal. Boris Johnson Under plans drawn up to be announced on Monday, a two-week review will be included meaning Covid restrictions could be dropped on … Continue reading Why Boris will delay June 21 lockdown

COVID-19: UK relaxes lockdown restrictions amid fear of new virus strains

DESPITE concerns over the spread of a more infectious Covid-19 variant, most of the UK took a step towards normality on Monday (17) with lockdown restrictions being eased. Across England, Wales and most of Scotland, full indoor hospitality in pubs, restaurants and cafes returned, and cinemas, theatres and sports venues were to open their doors … Continue reading COVID-19: UK relaxes lockdown restrictions amid fear of new virus strains

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The UK will do whatever it takes – Boris Johnson

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson warned Sunday that more onerous lockdown restrictions in England are likely as the country reels from a new coronavirus variant that has pushed infection rates to their highest recorded levels. Johnson, though, insisted he has “no doubt” that schools are safe and urged parents to send their children back into … Continue reading The UK will do whatever it takes – Boris Johnson