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.
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.
Citing the need to slow the spread of coronavirus, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has ordered a three-week nationwide lockdown, demanding the populace to stay at home or face getting arrested.
The UK government has revealed that Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab will become the acting prime minister as the “designated survivor” if Boris Johnson is hit by the deadly coronavirus, much to the dismay of many of Raab’s critics.
Piers Morgan has given a scathing verdict on Boris Johnson's handling of the coronavirus pandemic, rebuking his call for Britons to "enjoy themselves," and asking the British PM "What is there to enjoy right now?"
A hospital in north west London has declared a “critical incident” as it counts those requiring a high level of care, revealing that it doesn’t have enough space to treat such people, due to an escalation in coronavirus patients.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said all pubs, cafes and restaurants across the UK will close starting Friday night, in ramped-up efforts to curb the spread of the Covid-19 virus which threatens to overwhelm the NHS.
Boris Johnson’s father Stanley has vowed that coronavirus won’t put him off ordering a pint of beer, despite the UK government – led by his son – telling citizens to avoid pubs to limit the spread of the deadly disease.
PM Boris Johnson has set out the need for “drastic action” to tackle the coronavirus spread, calling on citizens to avoid “non-essential” travel and social contact and explicitly urging Britons to steer clear from pubs.