How can the PM deliver Brexit by Oct 31?
Parliament has passed a bill to block a no-deal on halloween. But Boris Johnson could still manage to take the UK out of the EU on time… if he plays his cards right. So, what options does he have l...
Boris Johnson still has a Brexit 'ace up his sleeve'
United Kingdom MPs have voted to take control of parliament - 328 votes to 301- in a move to extend the Brexit leave date to January 2020 and avoid a no-deal Brexit scenario.
Boris Johnson calls for early election after Brexit delay Bill passes in House of Commons
Subscribe for the latest politics news: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/2019/09/04/brexit-vote-latest-news-no-deal-rebels-boris-general-election/ Prime Minister Boris Johnson opened the motion f...
Brexit crisis deepens as Tory rebellion mounts
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has on Monday evening sent a message to rebels within his own party, telling them to vote against what he called a pointless opposition plan to block his bid to suspend...
Macron Hosts Donald Trump, Boris Johnson and Angela Merkel for Dinner as G7 Summit Opens
French President Emmanuel Macron and his wife, Brigitte Macron, welcome U.S. President Donald Trump and his wife, Melania Trump, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and German Chancellor Angela Merk...
Donald Trump and Boris Johnson show at G7
The US president talks up the prospects of a US-UK trade deal after meeting Boris Johnson at the G7 summit in Biarritz, praising the PM as 'the right man' to deliver Brexit and suggesting a trade agre...
Boris Johnson poses with foot on table at Elysee Palace
The gesture prompted online criticism, but appeared to have been part of a shared joke. Original Article: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/wires/pa/article-7384399/Boris-Johnson-puts-foot-table-Brexit-talk...
Boris Johnson: The Life of Boris
Boris Johnson, Britain’s Foreign Secretary, is a man who does not shy from the media’s spotlight. From his not-quite-so humble beginnings as a journalist at the Telegraph, to becoming a champion Brexi...
Boris' best moments
BORIS Johnson will be Britain's next Prime Minister after defeating Jeremy Hunt in a landslide victory to be declared the new Tory leader today. The incoming PM will have just 100 days to deliver on ...
Boris Johnson: His rise, fall, rise, fall and rise
The rollercoaster, gaffe-strewn career of the UK's new foreign secretary Boris Johnson.
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