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Wednesday 29 November 2023 Dublin: 3°C

# Boris

Last year
Opinion: Are we finally seeing the end of 'Brexit mania' in Britain?
Peter Flanagan asks if the tide is now turning against the great Brexit experiment across the water.
Could Boris Johnson make a comeback to Downing Street?
How quickly can 356 MPS forget Party-gate, Pincher-gate and the rest?
Boris Johnson's planned wedding party moved from Chequers after controversy
It is understood Boris and Carrie Johnson are no longer planning to host a wedding party at the prime ministerial residence in Buckinghamshire.
Boris Johnson: Four recent polls indicate where the UK crisis is heading
Hannah Bunting and Daniel Devine look at the embattled UK prime minister and why his mandate no longer exists.
Boris 'the greased piglet' is 'on the brink': Here's what the UK papers look like this morning
Time appears to be running out for Boris Johnson.
Boris Johnson says 'nothing and no-one' will stop him carrying on after bruising Tory revolt
Taking Commons questions, Johnson was compared to Monty Python’s black knight who declares mortal injuries are “only a flesh wound”.
Boris Johnson faces new scrutiny over Russian lord
Longstanding speculation about Johnson’s friendship with newspaper baron Evgeny Lebedev has revived since Russia invaded Ukraine.
All time
Boris Johnson urges Brits to 'act responsibly' when pubs open
Johnson said the easing of restrictions “is about supporting the livelihoods of business owners”.
'The less decisive the government is, the less sure we are': Irish in England react to change in restrictions
We spoke to men and women in the wake of the latest change in restrictions for the country.
Boris Johnson is now the British Prime Minister
Climate activists tried to block Boris Johnson’s path to Buckingham Palace, and protesters booed during his first speech at No 10.
Boris Johnson retains firm lead in Conservative leadership race as Dominic Raab eliminated
It comes following a second vote from Conservative MPs this afternoon.
Trump says Boris Johnson would make 'excellent' British PM
May is set to resign on 7 June over her failure to deliver a deal on Brexit.
Boris Johnson has compared Theresa May's Brexit plans to a 'suicide vest'
There is growing speculation that Johnson is eyeing up the UK’s top job.
Boris Johnson is directly related to this mummified Swiss woman
Boris always claimed to be of “posh stock” – once recalling a grandmother teaching him to eat crisps with a fork.
Department 'absolutely refutes' claim that Irish officials were told to ignore Boris Johnson
Brexit talks remain stalled, with the issue of the border one of crucial importance.
Boris Johnson and Simon Coveney weren't singing from the same hymn sheet in Dublin this morning
Johnson wants Brexit negotiations to move onto trade but Coveney says some issues have to be decided first.
Boris jokes that traditional Maori greeting could start a fight in a Glasgow pub
The British Foreign Secretary, of course, has a history of blunders.
Boris Johnson is only delighted the Gambia wants back into the British Commonwealth
The UK foreign secretary refused to answer questions on his views of colonialism.
Boris Johnson accuses Saudi Arabia of being a 'puppeteer' in the Middle East's religious wars
Such public criticism of the Sunni power is unprecedented for a British foreign minister.
"Think of Britain": Boris Johnson's previously unpublished pro-EU column is revealed
In a column written in February, Johnson warned of the potential “economic shock” that may follow Brexit.
This man looks set to be the Prime Minister of the UK
Prime Minister David Cameron announced his intention to step down last week.
Watch Boris Johnson slam a 10-year-old schoolboy to the ground during a rugby match
International diplomacy, Boris style.
Boris Johnson is going to run for parliament... but needs to find somewhere to stand first
London Mayor says he has not chosen a seat to contest yet, but that he will ‘try to find somewhere to stand’.
Video: Uncomfortable Boris Johnson insists he's not a 'nasty piece of work'
Interviewed on the BBC this morning, the Mayor of London looked distinctly uncomfortable as he was questioned about allegations of making up quotes and lying about an affair.