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18 Oct
In a rare show of unity, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and opposition leader Keir Starmer visit the scene where lawmaker David Amess was killed in Leigh-on-Sea, east of London, along with the Speaker of the House of Commons Lindsay Hoyle and Home Secretary Priti Patel. Amess, 69, was talking with voters at a church when he was stabbed to death, in what the police have said was a terrorist attack.
26 Apr
The UK's opposition Labour Party has demanded an investigation into the funding of Prime Minister Boris Johnson's London apartment, amid accusations that donors secretly paid the refurbishment bill.
21 Mar
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson says "it's the best thing for you, the best thing for your family and for everybody else" after receiving a first dose of AstraZeneca's Covid vaccine. de Boris Johnson après avoir reçu une première dose du vaccin Covid d'AstraZeneca
30 Jan
The coronavirus and a row over Brexit have strained internal UK ties. Scotland's leader, Nicola Sturgeon, questioned whether the trip was "really essential" during a lockdown.
10 Jan
As case numbers continue to climb, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has declared a lockdown for England until mid-February. All nonessential shops will be closed, along with schools and universities.
2 Jan
Stanley Johnson, the father of the pro-Brexit UK prime minister, says he'll apply for French citizenship in the wake of Britain's exit from the European Union.
23 Dec 2020
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson resists calls to tighten coronavirus restrictions over Christmas, as London faces stricter measures and concern grows about rising case number, but encourages people across the UK to "think hard and in detail about the days ahead and whether you can do more to protect yourself and others".
8 Dec 2020
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is expected to head to Brussels for further talks after a lengthy phone call with European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen. The pair said significant differences remained.
27 Nov 2020
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has earmarked space and cyber-defense projects and pledged to make Britain "the foremost naval power in Europe." The government wants to define its post-Brexit role on the world stage.
16 Nov 2020
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson confirms in a Twitter video that he has been asked to self-isolate for 14 days by the UK's test and trace system after coming into contact with someone who had Covid-19.
16 Nov 2020
Prime Minister Boris Johnson's most powerful adviser was spotted carrying a cardboard box out of 10 Downing Street, a day after intimating that he would soon quit. UK media immediately reported that he would not return.
24 Oct 2020
Talks faltered after the UK's leader Boris Johnson said there was no point continuing negotiations. While talking tough, top negotiators on both sides signaled they want to continue meeting.

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