A taxi driver was described as having an 'incredible presence of mind' by Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Monday (November 15) following his reported actions prior to a blast outside the Liverpool Women's Hospital on the previous day. An explosive device blew up a taxi at the hospital on Sunday after it was carried on board by a passenger, who was killed by the explosion, police said.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson says he is "very worried" that the 12-day COP26 climate summit he will host in Glasgow from later this week "might go wrong". But the UK leader told a special Downing Street press conference with children that he remained hopeful a deal can be done to reduce carbon emissions and limit future temperature rises.
UK PM Johnson's tax on workers 'unfair', says opposition
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson hails a mission "unlike anything we have seen in our lifetimes" after the UK airlifted over 15,000 people from Afghanistan over the last two weeks. The UK on Saturday flew out the last of its military from Afghanistan, concluding its pullout, but the government faces criticism as hundreds eligible for relocation remain behind.
UK PM Johnson said time was short to get those left in Afghanistan out
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson confirms that pubs and restaurants can reopen to serve outdoors in a week's time, as Covid restrictions are lifted.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson says he takes "full responsibility for everything that the government has done" as the UK's Covid-19 death toll tops 100,000.
14 Dec 2020
Speaking in an interview at 10 Downing Street, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson says there is a 'strong possibility' of the UK not coming to a Brexit withdrawal deal with the EU, and that the most problematic issue for the UK side is the EU's desire for regulatory equivalence post-Brexit.
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11 Dec 2020
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4 Dec 2019
During a Buckingham Palace reception on the sidelines of the NATO summit, Justin Trudeau, Emmanuel Macron and Boris Johnson appear to talk and joke about Donald Trump - without naming him - and a press conference he held earlier in the day.