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Johnson wants ‘cautious but irreversible’ path out of COVID-19 lockdown
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Monday he would plot a cautious but irreversible path out of the COVID-19 lockdown this week after the vaccination of 15 million vulnerable people.
Johnson wins by two shots from Rose, Finau at Saudi International
World number one Dustin Johnson won the Saudi International by two shots from his American compatriot Tony Finau and England's Justin Rose.
Johnson under fire as UK again faces onslaught of COVID-19
The crisis facing Britain this winter is depressingly familiar: Stay-at-home orders and empty streets. Hospitals overflowing. A daily toll of many hundreds of coronavirus deaths.
Johnson: England's lockdown will be slowly unwrapped
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson warned Parliament on Wednesday that ending England’s latest lockdown would require a “gradual unwrapping” over time, pledging that schools would be the “very first things to reopen”.
Johnson locks down England as UK COVID-19 cases pass 1m
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson ordered England back into a national lockdown after the UK passed the milestone of one million COVID-19 cases and a second wave of infections threatened to overwhelm the health service.
UK PM Johnson resists national lockdown but rules nothing out
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Wednesday resisted a short lockdown for all of England but said he ruled nothing out in the face of calls to shut the country down for two weeks as a “circuit breaker” in order to save lives.
New COVID restrictions could last six months, says Johnson
The UK has reached "a perilous turning point", Prime Minister Boris Johnson said, as he set out a raft of new coronavirus restrictions for England which could last for up to six months.
Johnson: UK will not recognize Israeli annexation
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson cautioned Israel on Wednesday against annexation in the occupied West Bank, saying it would illegal.
UK to use high tariff threat to raise pressure in trade negotiations
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is mulling to use the threat of high tariffs to raise pressure on the European Union, the United States and other nations to strike trade deals with Britain, The Times newspaper reported on Saturday.
Johnson appears keen to exploit Libyan conflict
Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, has said that British troops could help “police” a future ceasefire in Libya, as world powers scramble to contain the conflict in the war-torn North African country.
UK labor market shows signs of life after Johnson election win
The UK labor market received an election boost in December, with the number of people placed in permanent jobs rising for the first time in a year and business optimism surging.
Johnson clashes with Corbyn over General Soleimani assassination
Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, has once again vigorously defended the terrorist-style assassination of Iranian Quds force General Qassem Soleimani.
UK PM to increase minimum wage by four times inflation
Almost three million workers in Britain are to receive a pay rise of more than four times the rate of inflation from April, after the government said it would increase the official minimum wage.
UK lawmakers OK Johnson’s Brexit bill, pave way to exit EU
British lawmakers gave preliminary approval Friday to Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Brexit bill, clearing the way for the UK to leave the European Union next month.

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