UK government faces mockery over coronavirus "sex ban": British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's government faced widespread mockery on Tuesday over coronavirus rules which were cast by some media as a "sex ban", though a junior minister said the…
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson clapped outside his Downing Street office as the nation joined in for a tenth mass round of applause to show their appreciation for the National Health Service. Read more
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said that all five of the British government's tests for easing the lockdown can be met, so adjustments can begin being made in England on Monday
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said that all five of his government's tests for easing the lockdown can be met, so adjustments can begin being made in England on Monday
"If I were Prime Minister, I would have sacked Cummings." Labour Leader Sir Keir Starmer has called for an investigation into accusations Dominic Cummings broke lockdown rules, saying Boris Johnson is "treating the British public with contempt." More:
Boris Johnson just effectively told the British people the whole lockdown was a sham & the rules never needed to be heeded. What an utter disgrace. One rule for the Govt, another for the plebs. Shame on you, Prime Minister. 👇
This is an incredibly serious situation for the British prime Minister. Boris Johnson's condition with #coronavirus at St Thomas's Hospital has dramatically worsened in the last few hours & he was moved into intensive care at 7pm. Fight hard Boris - we're all rooting for you.
BREAKING NEWS: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been moved to intensive care. No 10 statement >
BREAKING: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has tested positive for Coronavirus. Now self-isolating at No10, but will still handle Govt. handling of crisis. Wish him well, and also wish he gets our NHS health workers the same test - fast.
“You answer me, Boris Johnson: why is it that you're so frightened of going back to the British people and having your deal on Brexit put to them in a confirmatory vote?” Former Prime Minister Tony Blair tells @mattfrei what Jeremy Corbyn should have said to Boris Johnson.