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British PM claims 'huge' Brexit progress
Prime Minister Boris Johnson insisted Sunday that "huge" progress was being made in Brexit talks and declared Britain would break out of the European Union just like the comicbook hero Hulk.
UK opposition parties reject Johnson’s election call
Britain’s opposition parties said Friday that they won’t support Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s call for an election when the issue gets voted on next week, piling more pressure on Britain’s embattled leader.
Humiliated Johnson will inflict one of the biggest parliamentary bloodbaths in history
How can a man who has disunited his own party in just a few months keep the UK United? Boris Johnson has wiped out his own majority. The British Prime Minister suffered a humiliating defeat on Tuesday as parliament, including 21 members of his own party, voted to seize control of the parliamentary agenda.
Thousands of Britons protest Johnson's Brexit move
Demonstrators rallied on Saturday in cities across Britain against Prime Minister Boris Johnson's controversial move to suspend parliament weeks before Brexit.
Johnson’s parliament plan not serving British national interests: Analyst
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s plan to suspend parliament for five weeks as the government’s Brexit deadline approaches is “unprecedented” and serves his own political agenda, not British national interests, says a commentator.
UK PM sparks outrage with parliament suspension
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Wednesday announced the suspension of parliament in the final weeks before Britain's EU departure date, enraging anti-Brexit MPs.
Johnson proves to be more astute than May as he avoids second US trap
A ruling by the Gibraltar Supreme Court to free the Panamanian-flagged supertanker Grace 1 (now named Adrian Daria) has been widely interpreted as a victory for Iranian diplomacy.
Turbulence House of Commons: Bercow will fight to stop Johnson closing parliament
The House of Commons is suffering a new wave of turbulence. Boris Johnson has said he wants to leave the EU with a deal, but the UK must leave, "do or die", by the latest Brexit deadline.
Trump, Johnson discuss trade, security, 5G: White House
US President Donald Trump spoke with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson about trade, next-generation 5G mobile networks and global security, White House spokesman Hogan Gidley said in a statement on Friday.
Johnson's Campaign Manager Helped Saudi Arabia's Disinformation Efforts
One of the closest aides of newly-installed British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, has been accused of running a massive online disinformation campaign on behalf of controversial clients, including Saudi Arabia.
Rouhani congratulates Johnson on his appointment as British PM
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on Sunday congratulated Boris Johnson on his appointment as the British prime minister, hoping that his "familiarity" with the Islamic Republic will help improve relations between the two countries.
Johnson Forced To Tow Establishment Line When Dealing with Iran
Britain’s new Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, has immediately been engrossed in controversy upon assuming the highest office in the land.
Ireland says Johnson 'very unhelpful' on Brexit, risks no deal
Ireland’s foreign minister, Simon Coveney, said new British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s approach to Brexit was “very unhelpful” and would block an agreement, after Johnson rejected a key Irish demand his predecessor had agreed to.
Boris Johnson to meet Trump three times in 100 days before Brexit
Boris Johnson, Britain’s newly elected prime minister, is set to meet US President Donald Trump three times before the UK leaves the EU on October 31.
Iran not seeking confrontation, Zarif says in message to Johnson
Iran does not seek confrontation with Britain amid a row over seized tanker ships, Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said in a message directed at likely Britain new premier Boris Johnson.

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