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Boris Johnson is on course to defeat Jeremy Corbyn in the general election as Labour’s momentum stalls
Labour had been gaining progressively in the polls until last week but recent polls suggest their momentum has stalled in the past week.
Experts have warned that the NHS would be landed with a much bigger bill for medication if the UK agrees to a US trade deal.
Johnson wrote a column for the Spectator magazine in 1995 calling for free healthcare to be restricted to the "genuinely sick and for the elderly."
Trump claimed he predicted Brexit 'the day before' it happened while in Scotland, but did not arrive in the country until the day after the vote.
Boris Johnson is trying to keep his distance from Donald Trump amid fears the US President could blow up his election campaign
The White House has confirmed Trump and Johnson have no formal bilateral meetings planned during the NATO summit in London.
Hugh Grant is going door to door to persuade Britons against the ‘terrifying prospect’ of a Boris Johnson government
The actor told Business Insider that Johnson's Conservatives "must be stopped" at next week's general election.
Boris Johnson accused of ignoring a family’s pleas not to exploit their son’s death for political gain after the London Bridge terror atta...
One victim's family begged politicians not to politicise their son's death, but Johnson said a 'lefty government' was to blame for the attack.
Boris Johnson said UK’s poorest communities are made-up of ‘chavs,’ ‘burglars,’ ‘drug addicts,’ and ‘l...
The Prime Minister claimed in 2005 that the poorest 20% of British society "supplies us with the chavs, the losers, the burglars, the drug addicts..."
The prime minister announced that he would remove EU rules preventing the government from awarding contracts to UK-based businesses.
Boris Johnson was replaced by a melting ice sculpture after refusing to take part in a televised climate change debate
Prime Minister Boris Johnson tried to send his dad along to take part in the Channel 4 News debate instead.