UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has had a lot of decisions to make in 2020. From Brexit, the refugee crisis, a potential second Scottish independence referendum, the media has been rife with Boris Johnson news in 2020. Nationwide messages to live addresses to the nation, Boris Johnson news is continuous during this time. Boris Johnson’s latest is that Brexit is finally underway after a no-deal Brexit eventually got through the vote in parliament. Internationally, the UK is preparing for a post-Brexit foreign policy, strengthening current relationships and trying to create more on the global stage. Boris Johnson’s latest ranges from the proposed trade deal with US President Donald Trump, to final meetings with EU leaders. On March 23rd, the UK prime minister imposed a nationwide lockdown for at least three weeks – stay with RT for updates. On March 27, Boris Johnson tested positive for Covid-19, which he announced via video filmed at his home.
UK prime minister Boris Johnson has waded into a row that has seen England cricketer Ollie Robinson suspended during a test series with New Zealand after the emergence of racist and sexist tweets posted during his teenage years.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson gave the European Super League project his backing before reversing course when the ill-fated scheme collapsed amid a furious backlash from fans, a report has claimed.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has confirmed that football fans will be able to attend games again from next week onwards, with anything up to 10,000 home supporters allowed to watch their teams.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has praised Chelsea and Manchester City as the two clubs were set to extricate themselves from the ill-fated European Super League (ESL).
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman called on UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson to step in after a £300 million Saudi-backed takeover of Premier League club Newcastle United collapsed, according to reports.
U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been asked to grant "elite sport" status to the quirky British event, the World Pie Eating Championships, and grant special permission for the event to go ahead, despite COVID restrictions.
A campaign by Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford has caused UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson to switch gears and pledge £400 million to help support underprivileged children and their families this winter.
The UK’s Dept for International Development (DfID) is to merge with its Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO), Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced, citing a desire to help countries “vulnerable to Russian meddling.”
PM Boris Johnson has faced an angry backlash for failing to shut down construction sites, following his order of a three-week nationwide lockdown as part of “social distancing” measures to combat the spread of the deadly virus.