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Policeman stops woman in street for wearing ‘f**k Boris’ T-shirt
Lawyers have questioned if the policeman should have intervened.
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Boris Johnson’s approval drops 40 points amid Cummings scandal and care home deaths
The Prime Minister has seen a dramatic drop in public endorsement since mid-April.
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Delingpole: Black Lives Matter Has Killed the Lockdown
Current UK government policy appears to vacillate between the two positions on lockdown, depending on who is protesting.
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Emily Maitlis lays into Boris for ‘proud’ comment despite deaths
'When it come to excess deaths, Britain is a world leader. Is that really something to be proud of?'
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Business leaders demand delay to Irish Sea border checks
Six months needed to prepare for Brexit border checks, warn Northern Ireland business groupsNorthern Ireland business groups are calling for a six month delay to Brexit checks in the Irish Sea saying
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The Guardian view on Hong Kong: a historical obligation | Editorial
Britain failed the city’s residents before. Now it must stand by them Despite a police ban, and in the shadow of the pending national security law which Beijing is imposing, Hong Kong residents
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Another 133 dead from coronavirus across the UK
NHS England today recorded 115 more deaths in hospitals. Across all settings, Wales announced eight more deaths, Scotland had nine and Northern Ireland had one.
UK PM Johnson met business minister Sharma, shortly before his diagnosis
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UK reported more deaths yesterday than all of 27 EU nations combined
Despite worrying figures being reported every day, the Prime Minister insisted he is ‘very proud of our record’.
Boris wants to cut two-metre rule despite Chris Whitty saying it should stay
Chief Medical Officer Chris Whitty has warned the two-metre rule will have to stay as long as coronavirus is a threat.
Downing Street hits back at Dispatches’ 13 claims of coronavirus failings
They denied claims Boris Johnson wanted herd immunity and had gone against 'common sense' by telling Brits it was still okay to shake hands.
Pictures: London Black Lives Matter Protest Turns Violent, Police Attacked Outside Prime Minister's Office
Black Lives Matter protests taking place in the UK took a violent turn, with police officers guarding Boris Johnson's Office attacked.
Europe’s reaction to George Floyd’s death highlights racism at home as well as in the U.S.
Some protesters see parallels with local police and government bias. Others want America to do better.
No, Boris Johnson did not wear an earpiece to PMQs
People think he was getting help from Dominic Cummings.
Boris says ‘racist violence has no place in society’ as he addresses George Floyd protests
He said: 'Everybody’s lives matter, black lives matter, but we must fight this virus as well.'
Boris Johnson Just Offered Hong Kongers a Path to Citizenship to Escape Chinese Rule
The British PM has pledged massive changes to the immigration rules to allow as many as 3 million Hong Kongers to live and work in the U.K.
Delingpole: Britain Unleashes a Green New Deal to Kill What's Left of the Economy
The Chancellor has found an ingenious scheme to ensure the UK never recovers from the lockdown: a 'green industrial revolution.'
Boris Johnson ‘very proud’ of coronavirus response despite 50,000 deaths
The prime minister has defended his record on the coronavirus crisis, saying he is 'very proud' of how the government has responded.
Theresa May attacks Boris Johnson over Brexit and Covid quarantine plans
Former PM warns of security implications of no deal and threat to trade from travel restrictionsCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageTheresa May has launched a double attack on
Hands Off Hong Kong! Boris Johnson Warns China That UK Will Offer Path to Citizenship for 3 Million HK Citizens
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has issued a stark rebuke to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), saying that Great Britain will not "walk away" from the people of Hong Kong. Mr Johnson promised to