Britain's Boris Johnson accused of Brexit 'backseat driving'
Sunday, 17 September 2017 LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's foreign minister Boris Johnson was accused by cabinet colleagues on Sunday of "backseat driving" on Brexit after setting out his own vision of the country's future outside the European Union.
"We send the EU £350 million a week, let's fund our NHS instead." These now infamous words, written on the side of a Vote Leave bus during the EU referendum in 2016, sparked one of the biggest debates during the Brexit campaign. Now, with U.K. Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson once again pledging the...
The UK has won fresh support from the EU and NATO over the poisoning on its soil of a former Russian spy. Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson discussed the attempted murder of Sergei Skripal and his.. Source: Euronews English -
According to a report by NBC News, Britain's foreign minister claimed that there is evidence that Russia has been stockpiling a nerve agent in violation of international law, and a Russian envoy.. Source: Wochit News -
Russia's ambassador to the EU has suggested the nerve agent that poisoned an ex-spy and his daughter in a sleepy English city may have come from a lab in the UK. "When you have a nerve agent or.. Source: Euronews English -
On Sunday, British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said that Russia has been stockpiling on a deadly nerve agent, and is investigating how such weapons can be used in assassinations. Britain has.. Source: Wochit News -
It is "overwhelmingly likely" that Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered the use of a nerve agent in the attack on ex-spy Sergei Skripal in Britain, Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has said. Source: PA - Press Association STUDIO -
British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said during a news conference at the Battle of Britain bunker that it's, "overwhelmingly likely" that it was Vladimir Putin's decision to poison Sergei Skripal... Source: Reuters Studio -