Boris Johnson

9/11 attacks failed to divide us: UK PM Johnson

The 11 September 2001, al Qaeda attacks in the United States failed to divide those who believe in freedom and democracy, British prime minister Boris Johnson said in a video message marking the 20th ...

9/11 attacks failed to divide us: UK PM Johnson

PM Johnson says UK owes ‘huge debt’ to Afghan refugees

Prime minister Boris Johnson on Wednesday said Britain owed “an immense debt” to Afghans who worked with NATO forces as he announced “vital support” for those resettling in the UK

British prime minister Boris Johnson

Myanmar's genocide bleached as 'ethnic cleansing'

US and UK usurp Rohingya voices while misnaming Myanmar's genocide as “ethnic cleansing”, Milošević's euphemism used for genocide denial, writes Maung Zarni

Rohingya refugees fleeing from Myanmar sitting in a boat after Bangladesh coast guard stopped them on Naf river from entering the country.

UK agonises over racial abuse of England football stars

Political leaders and footballing chiefs in Britain expressed disgust on Monday at racial abuse targeting England stars, including three black players who missed penalties in the Euro 2020 final ...

English players Saka, Rashford and Sancho were targeted with racial slurs online after missing during the penalty shoot-out in the Euro 2020 football final

Euro 2020

England and Italy brace for Euro showdown

England and Italy are counting down to Sunday's Euro 2020 final, with Gareth Southgate's men seeking to end a 55-year trophy drought while the Azzurri aim to spoil the Wembley party

England and Italy brace for Euro showdown

Johnson to lift most Covid curbs in England

British prime minister Boris Johnson on Monday revealed plans to lift most of England’s coronavirus restrictions, including face masks and social distancing from 19 July, urging personal ...

Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson gives an update on relaxing restrictions imposed on the country during the coronavirus covid-19 pandemic at a virtual press conference inside the Downing Street Briefing Room in central London on 5 July 2021

Post-Brexit

Britain, Australia announce free trade deal

Britain and Australia announced a trade deal on Tuesday that will eliminate tariffs and red tape

Britain, Australia announce free trade deal

G7 summit outlines health pact to stop future pandemics

G7 leaders are on Saturday set to agree a joint declaration aimed at preventing another pandemic, as they resume wide-ranging talks at their first in-person summit in almost two years.

G7 summit outlines health pact to stop future pandemics

Biden and Johnson hold first meeting, but N Ireland casts shadow

Biden has ordered US diplomats to scold Johnson over his handling of Brexit and its effects on the Northern Ireland peace process

Biden and Johnson hold first meeting, but N Ireland casts shadow

UK insists vaccines work against Indian Covid variant

More than 100 flights have landed from India since UK added the South Asian country in "red list" and the variant has been spreading in Britain, especially in areas with large South Asian ...

A handout photograph released by the UK Parliament shows Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson attending Prime Minister's Questions (PMQs) in a socially distanced, hybrid session at the House of Commons, in central London on 19 May 2021
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