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Boris Johnson’s 5-Point Plan From the General Assembly of the UN

Dominic Taylor | Content Writer In the 75th annual General Assembly of the United Nations and the first to be online, Boris Johnson outlined a 5-point plan to ‘protect humanity against another pandemic’, stating that the United Kingdom would use their presidency of the G7 in 2021 to establish a new approach towards health security. The first aim was to ‘stop a new disease before … Continue reading Boris Johnson’s 5-Point Plan From the General Assembly of the UN

Conservatives win a majority in a historic victory

News Editor | James Neal Last night, Boris Johnson’s conservative party was swept to power with a 47 seat increase since the 2017 general election. The Prime minister now has a majority of 365 seats, the largest Conservative majority since the 1987 general election. In his victory speech, Johnson told activists that this signalled a “new dawn” for the nation, with the legislation paving the … Continue reading Conservatives win a majority in a historic victory

Britain’s Conservative Prime Minister: Boris Johnson

Svilena Iotkovska | Editor As of July 2019, the UK’s former foreign secretary, Boris Johnson, is Britain’s new Prime Minister and leader of the Tory party. His stance on Brexit has evoked worry in the nation, as he has promised to deliver Brexit by the 31st of October with or without a deal. This ‘do or die’ approach and the possibility of a no-deal Brexit … Continue reading Britain’s Conservative Prime Minister: Boris Johnson

Heathrow Headache for Boris

Mayor of London Boris Johnson has had to publicly deny allegations that he plans to run for Parliament in order to attempt to block the construction of a third runway at Heathrow Airport.  Johnson, who is claimed to have been plotting with Conservative MP for Richmond Park Zac Goldsmith to return to Westminster, has released a statement from his office stating that, although the notion … Continue reading Heathrow Headache for Boris