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Truss appointed as Britain's PM, Johnson bows out
Liz Truss took over as British prime minister on Tuesday, facing one of the most daunting set of challenges for an incoming leader in post-War history led by soaring energy bills, a looming recession and industrial strife.
Increasingly bitter race to replace UK PM Johnson narrows to four
The United Kingdom’s former finance minister Rishi Sunak has held onto his lead in the race to replace Boris Johnson, as another hopeful was knocked out, leaving four candidates in the increasingly bitter contest.
UK Tory leadership candidates clash over taxes in first TV debate
The five remaining Conservative candidates vying to become Britain's next prime minister clashed Friday night over tax and honesty in politics in their first TV debate, as they fight to make an eventual two-person run-off.
UK’s Johnson declines to endorse any candidate running to replace him
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Monday declined to endorse any of the candidates who are in the race to replace him, saying he wouldn't want to damage their chances.
UK Tory leader race expands to nine
Former UK defence secretary Penny Mordaunt on Sunday became the ninth Conservative MP to launch a bid to replace Prime Minister Boris Johnson, as the already fractious race promptly focused on tax.
UK PM back in crisis mode after foreign tour
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson returned Friday from an overseas tour to face multiple crises, including the latest resignation of a senior Conservative from his scandal-hit government.
Johnson says wants to protect British steelmakers from energy costs
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Sunday it was reasonable to consider ways of protecting British steelmakers against surging energy costs which are less of a problem for their competitors from other countries.
Johnson under pressure to resign after crushing election defeats
Boris Johnson's Conservatives lost two parliamentary seats on Friday, a crushing blow to the governing party that prompted the resignation of its chairman and intensified doubts about the future of Britain's prime minister.
Sinn Fein leader accuses UK PM of sacrificing N. Ireland to shore up his enfeebled position
The leader of Irish nationalist party Sinn Fein on Sunday accused UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson of sacrificing Northern Ireland to shore up his own enfeebled position.
Irish PM warns UK's Johnson against unilateral action on protocol
Ireland's Prime Minister Micheal Martin warned his British counterpart Boris Johnson on Tuesday against unilaterally seeking to overrule any of the post-Brexit rules agreed with the European Union for trade in British-run Northern Ireland.
Johnson planning to lift England’s last COVID rules a month early
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson plans to abolish the last domestic COVID restrictions in England, including the requirement for people with the virus to self-isolate, in less than two weeks, a month earlier than initially proposed, he announced.
Johnson’s departure ‘inevitable’: Conservative Party member
Boris Johnson’s removal from office by party members is “inevitable,” a prominent member of the British prime minister’s Conservative Party told the Observer, even as some Johnson backers stepped up to defend him.
UK PM rocked by wave of resignations as fifth aide quits
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Friday was fighting for his premiership following an exodus of senior aides and calls from within his own party for him to step down.
UK report slams lockdown parties; Johnson says sorry, but he won’t resign
Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson apologized Monday after an inquiry found that Downing Street parties while Britain was in lockdown represented a “serious failure” to observe the standards expected of government or to heed the sacrifices made by millions of people during the pandemic.
UK 'partygate' report condemns 'failures of leadership'
An inquiry into COVID-19 lockdown-breaking parties at the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's office and residence said on Monday some of these should not have taken place, and serious failures of leadership and judgment occurred at the heart of the British government.

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