Boris Johnson claims the Iraq War was a ‘mistake’ but says Britain must be willing to dare to step back into the Middle East
BORIS Johnson claimed the Iraq War was a “mistake” but says Britain must be willing to dare to step back into the Middle East. The Foreign Secretary said UK foreign policy ‘is not the problem, it is part of the solution’ to the troubles in Syria and Yemen. And in a speech in London this […]
Saudis ‘Puppeteering’ in Middle East: Boris Johnson Johnson suggested that Saudi Arabia and Iran were misusing Islam to further their political agendas.
Boris Johnson warns Russia that Britain will hit back over cyber attacks that have targeted West
The Foreign Secretary will become the first to visit Russia in five years as relations have soured
Priti Patel hits back after Boris Johnson tries to bring Britain’s aid budget under his control – claiming he cannot even tackle waste in his own department PRITI Patel hit back at Boris Johnson over his attempts to bring Britain’s aid budget under his control – claiming he cannot even tackle waste in his own Department. In a thinly-veiled dig, the the International Development Secretary said government departments who manage a quarter of Britain’s £13billion budget had to “raise their game” and […]
Boris Johnson says sorry for 'mistake' over jailed Briton in Iran Foreign secretary apologises for ‘distress and anguish’ his remarks caused to Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe and her family Boris Johnson has apologised for his “mistake” in comments about a British-Iranian mother detained in Iran, which had led for calls for his resignation for putting her at further risk. The foreign secretary said he was in no doubt that Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe had been in the country on holiday visiting relatives with her young daughter, not “training journalists” as he had told the foreign affairs select committe
Boris Johnson: Britain must be able to agree its own deals The Foreign Secretary said the transition period after we leave the EU - during which we cannot sign new trade deals with non-EU countries - should be ‘not too long’.
Britain will not pay 'a penny more' than it thinks right to leave EU: Boris Johnson Britain will pay "not a penny more, not a penny less" than what the government thinks its legal obligations are to the European Union as the country leaves the bloc, foreign minister Boris Johnson said on Friday. Talking to BBC Radio Four, Johnson said his comment that the EU could "go whistle" on its demands for payment was in response to being asked whether Britain would pay "100 billion euros or pounds", and not a suggestion that the government would not pay.
Britain Open to Paying for EU Programs: Boris Johnson Foreign minister walks back David Davis's comments on a soft Brexit; Labour demands clarity on government's plans.
Boris Johnson has been embarrassing Britain for long enough. It’s time for him to go The foreign secretary has been damaging Britain’s standing in the world for 16 months, and has now put Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe’s future liberty under threat Theresa May should never have appointed someone as Britain’s top diplomat who had accused Barack Obama of being anti-British because he’s “flag-waving piccaninnies” . Now, after 16 months of the foreign secretary damaging Britain’s standing in the world, she should sack him.
Boris Johnson apologises to Briton jailed in Iran as admits 'mistake' in Commons – Politics live Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen, including David Davis’s Commons statement on Brexit Lunchtime summary 4.22pm GMT On Tuesday last week Boris Johnson answered questions about Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe in the Commons. Continue reading...
Boris Johnson: Britain to insist on keeping sanctions against Russia There is no reason for easing the sanctions against Russia since the hostilities in Donbas have escalated.
Boris Johnson reinforces EU view of Britain’s Brexit divide Foreign secretary’s article underlines dangers lurking in UK’s argument with itself
Britain's Boris Johnson wants maximum two-year Brexit transition British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has said a transition period from the European Union after Britain's exit from the bloc in March 2019 must not last more than two years. In an interview with The Sun newspaper on Saturday, on the eve of the governing Conservative Party's annual conference, Johnson detailed four "red lines" for Brexit that appear to go beyond the agreed position of Prime Minister Theresa May's cabinet. In addition to a two-year maximum transition, he said the UK should not accept new EU or European Court of Justice rulings
Britain's Boris Johnson jokes about dead bodies in Libya: “They’ve got a brilliant vision to turn Sirte, with the help of the municipality of Sirte, to turn it into the next Dubai,” Johnson said. “The only thing they’ve got to do is clear the d
Britain Has Lost Its Voice on the World Stage Under Boris Johnson - UK Diplomat They say a little knowledge can be a dangerous thing, something Britain's Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson reinforces whenever he opens his mouth these days.
Britain will continue to provide Ukraine with non-lethal military aid – Boris Johnson The United Kingdom is ready to continue to provide non-lethal military assistance to Ukraine in the future.
Boris Johnson HATES being touched claims Labour MP Shadow local government minister Andrew Gwynne wrestled with the Foreign Secretary live on air shortly before the election in now-infamous scenes.
Boris Johnson ‘in the lead’ to take over from Theresa May as next Prime Minister, poll claims BORIS Johnson is in the lead to take over from Theresa May as Prime Minister, a poll suggests. Tory Party members want the PM to leave her post after Britain has completed the process of Brexit and would have Mr Johnson step into her shoes. A YouGov/Times survey of Conservative members, who select the party […]
Trump Calls U.S. Wars in the Middle East 'A Mistake Trump lamented "the mess" he inherited in Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria and beyond, but promised "to get it all done."
Boris Johnson steps back from clash with PM Foreign secretary plays down conflict with Theresa May
Philip Hammond offered to back Boris Johnson for PM Philip Hammond offered to back Boris Johnson for the Tory leadership in a desperate attempt to keep his job, it emerged yesterday.
Compounding the Iraq folly in the Middle East
Festival leaders urge Boris Johnson to not cut back British Council cultural work overseas LEADING directors at the Edinburgh festivals have written to Boris Johnson, the Foreign Secretary, urging him to maintain the British Council's work throughout the world or risk "long term damage" to culture.
Britain's G4S lowers revenue outlook with no growth in Middle East, India
US misled Britain over Iraq war, claims Brown Gordon Brown has claimed the UK was “misled” over the Iraq war because the US defence department failed to pass on information casting doubt on Saddam Hussein’s destructive capability. The former prime minister, who was chancellor when the decision to go to war in 2003 was made, said it was “astonishing” that top-secret US intelligence was not shared with Britain. He claimed that only after leaving office did he become aware of “crucial” papers held by the US Department of Defense and believes the course of history could have been
How did the IRS know that Boris Johnson sold his house?
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Why was Jeffrey Price able to remember sending Boris back in time?
In the third installment of Men In Black, Agent J wakes up with a craving for chocolate milk, which leads to the discovery that time has been manipulated.
Agent J then goes to Jeffrey Price to gain ...
OUT east vs BACK east [closed]
I have heard various terms to describe one's travels East.
Some people say, "I am going out East." Others say, "I'm going back East." Still others say, "I'm going down East." Which is correct?
I am a mother in the middle of a stubborn-step-father vs teen-step-daughter battle…& we're all losing [closed]
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When did the half-step/whole-step modulation in the middle of a song become popular?
Many pop songs in modern times will use a half step or a whole step modulation in the middle of a song in order to increase excitement. I would like to know when this strategy started, and if it is ...