The Prime Minister reacted with mockery amid Labour warnings he has “no authority and no majority”.
“The government’s intention, or willingness, to lead the country into a no-deal exit is a threat to our country."
Rory Stewart won Politician of the Year at the GQ awards on the night he ceased to be a politician.
Boris Johnson loses his first vote as Prime Minister and threatens a General Election.
Liz Truss, Ben Wallace and civil servants will be plugging arms sales at DSEI to delegates from Hong Kong, Saudi Arabia, Uzbekistan, Israel and many more countries associated with abuses and atrocities.
Conservative MPs defy Johnson’s threats to have their the whip withdrawn if they vote for legislation designed to stop a no-deal Brexit and warn their party is becoming the Brexit Party.
Scotland’s Lord Advocate has applied to argue against Boris Johnson’s attempts to prorogue Parliament ahead of the Brexit deadline.
There was a rise in Islamophobic incidents after PM’s comparison between women in burkas and letterboxes in a Telegraph column, say anti-racism organisation Tell MAMA.
Former Tory Prime Minister John Major to help High Court judicial review of Boris Johnson’s suspension of parliament.
Names being touted for peerage include Wetherspoons pub chain boss Tim Martin and Brexit-backing hedge fund tycoon Crispin Odey.
"It is certainly available in Iceland the shop."
“Those who are forced to take dangerous means of reaching our shores have a legal right to have their voice heard and we should be creating safe and legal routes for vulnerable people to come. “Johnson’s comment is misleading, designed to inflame tension and, if put in practice, would violate ...
Wildfires in the Amazon, which produces a fifth of the world’s oxygen, have increased by 84% since last year.
A new fast-track visa route will be created for foreign scientists coming to the UK as part of a shake-up of immigration rules to boost the science sector, the Prime Minister has announced.
By Mat Hope and Richard Collett-White, Desmog UK
Crispin Odey is set to turn a huge profit from the woes of the UK economy if it pays off.
One health think tank said the sum ‘will only be a fraction’ of what is needed.
“It’s a terrific one for our opponents," a Brexit Party spokesperson said. "I’m sure they could come up with some phenomenal metaphors"
The Labour leader said candidates and policy announcements are in place.
As Foreign Secretary, Johnson licensed bombs two days after Saudi forces destroyed a food factory killing 14 people. And a day before a school was bombed, killing 10 children. Two months later, Saudi forces bombed a funeral killing 140 people. In the weeks that followed, Johnson signed another arms transfers ...
The cabinet now includes a Chancellor whose immigration policy would exclude his Dad and a Foreign Secretary who hadn't realised we were surrounded by sea.
Boris at number ten may just be the catalyst required to make change happen. A General Election surely must be imminent.
An EU spokeswoman said the Isle of Man kipper case described by Mr Johnson falls ‘purely under UK national competence’.
Ice pillow legislation is a British rule that is lauded by most producers because it lowers the risk of Listeria in smoked products.
The move echoed a Conservative Party conference in 2014 when Johnson wielded a brick to emphasise that London’s growth benefits other parts of the country.
The blonde-haired and red-faced Boris Blimp will take to the skies for the March for Change protests in London.
The Chancellor said suspending Parliament for no-deal Brexit will provoke a constitutional crisis.
Greg Clark implores colleagues to “strain every sinew to avoid" no deal, saying "everyone knows" it would lead to the shedding of jobs.
The human rights lawyer has championed the benefits of a free press.
Tim Martin said he would back Boris yet insisted the Brexit Party would still have a role to play in shaping the UK’s exit from the European Union.
The former PM said it would be unacceptable to prorogue Parliament in order to force through a no-deal Brexit.
The owners of Bristol Port made a substantial contribution to Johnson’s coffers shortly before he called for Bristol to become one of the ports used in a pilot scheme to provide tax-free trade zones after Brexit.
The two right-wing papers backed Boris’s pledge of 20,000 more bobbies on the beat as they mirrored their front pages.
Update: speaking after the Conservative Party’s leadership hustings in Carlisle, Boris Johnson insisted Stormzy was ‘thoroughly on message’, claiming he was actually singing ‘back Boris’ – his campaign slogan. He blamed ‘problems with the acoustics’ for the ‘misunderstanding’. Wearing a Union Jack stab jacket the South London rapper Stormzy was ...
The former foreign secretary also said he rarely loses his temper, despite police being called after row with girlfriend Carrie Symonds
Boris Johnson, the frontrunner in the race to become Britain's next prime minister, has met hedge fund and private equity executives to raise donations for his leadership campaign, according to sources familiar with the matter. Johnson, who on Tuesday reaffirmed his determination to take Britain out of the European Union ...
Tax cuts planned by Boris Johnson, the leading candidate to become Britain's next prime minister, could cost as much as 20 billion pounds a year, according to calculations from the Institute for Fiscal Studies think tank. Johnson, who is vying for the votes of Conservative Party members in a run-off ...
Boris Johnson, the favourite to become British prime minister, said he will seek a new Brexit deal with the European Union but if the bloc refuses his demands then he will lead the world's fifth largest economy out without agreement on Oct. 31. The United Kingdom's three-year Brexit crisis could ...
Remember when Boris Johnson, the front-runner to become the next Conservative leader and prime minister, promised voters in his west London constituency four years ago that he "would lie down with you in front of those bulldozers and stop the building, stop the construction of that third runway"? Since then, ...
Prince Andrew, the second son of Queen Elizabeth, said on Wednesday he saw no reason why British businesses could not survive Brexit and the recent visit of President Donald Trump had shown him the issue would also not effect U.S. relations. The royal family is expected to remain neutral on ...
Boris Johnson as Prime Minister with Nigel Farage as his deputy has emerged as the most popular option for Brits in the event of a hung parliament, new polling data has revealed. A TalkRADIO and OnePoll study found a CON/BREX coalition topped all other alliances as the preferred option in ...
Boris is in front amongst Tory leadership hopefuls
Lewis Powett QC, representing Marcus Ball, the creator of the “Brexit Justice” campaign to prosecute Johnson over his “abuse of public trust”, insisted: “These are systematic and repeated lies.”
A district judge has reserved judgement over whether the private prosecution against the former foreign secretary would go ahead.