Johnson won the vote but with 40 per cent of his own side refusing to back him, he was likened to a "Monty Python" character who refuses to admit he is mortally wounded following another harrowing week.
In a major speech, the prime minister performed a startling U-turn on a promise – made just months ago – to create a high-wage economy, instead highlighting the pain to come from rising inflation.
Nothing befits Boris Johnson more than the manner of his own departure. Just as he did in office, and all too shamefully and literally during the dismal Partygate phase, he’s trashing the place on the way out. With no care for the future of his party or the government, he implies, vindictively, that Rishi Sunak isn’t leading a
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Friday he would not say how many children he had, saying that he would not “put them on the pitch” ahead of the Dec.12 election.
Britain’s electoral contest could not be tighter, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Wednesday, a day before the vote.
Nigel Farage, the minor-party leader who played a major role in Britain’s decision to leave the European Union (EU), is trying to throw his weight around again in the UK’s Brexit-dominated election.
European diplomats on Thursday welcomed the clarity an apparently decisive election victory for the Conservative party gave to Britain's stalled withdrawal from the EU, but said it would be challenging to agree a trade deal the end of 2020.
Britain’s election campaign heated up on Sunday even before it officially started, with Prime Minister Boris Johnson saying he would apologise to Conservatives for failing to take the UK out of the European Union by Oct.31 and Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage saying he won’t personally run for a seat in Parliament.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Friday that his government appeared to have won a powerful new mandate to get Brexit done. “At this stage it does look as though this one-nation Conservative government has been