The British prime minister speaks to the nation amid reports the UK is to tighten rules on social distancing amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The new law gives the government sweeping powers to grant more authority to the police and allocate millions in funding for Britain's struggling NHS.
The request for French nationality of Stanley Johnson, 79 , was revealed by his daughter Rachel in a book published last week.
The effect of the Coronavirus on the economy is being felt across the globe.
Aid packages are being introduced by countries in the hope these might help people who are unable to work and potentially in financial difficulties. The UK has pledged 330 Billion pounds and the US 1 Trillion dollars.
Boris Johnson will take questions in parliament.
In the coming weeks, we may start to see more families having conversations about how they will plan for a relative being in hospital, any wishes they might have when it comes to dying, and indeed arrangement after their death.
Johnson and Carrie Symonds are engaged and expecting a baby. She will be his third wife.
London and Brussels face a race against time to strike agreement before the transition period expires at the end of the year.
Sadiq Khan is urging the EU and the UK government to allow British people to remain EU citizens.
In the face of a British government abdicating its responsibilities to the Northern Ireland peace accord, the people of Northern Ireland are turning once again to the US.
The EU’s chief negotiator Michel Barnier says the UK cannot have a Canada-style trade deal with the bloc, prompting an angry response from Downing Street.
The European Commission president addressed the European Parliament’s first post-Brexit session in Strasbourg.
Johnson said that "no matter how difficult and controversial", he plans to restore discipline and appoint a minister to oversee the high-speed rail programme.
The UK's exit from the EU came more than three and a half years after the 2016 Brexit referendum. But major challenges lie ahead in determining the future relationship.
Boris Johnson hit back at opposition accusations that he was imitating Trump with trade policy and his relationship with the press at his first post-Brexit Prime Minister's Questions.
As the UK exits EU, it should promote rights abroad and defend them at home.
Boris Johnson spoke on Monday about the UK's future relationship with the EU.
Even as smoke was still clearing from fireworks marking the end of Britain’s EU membership, Britain and the EU were both gearing up for Brexit talks.
“This is the moment when the dawn breaks and the curtain goes up on a new act in our great national drama,” British PM Boris Johnson said.
‘In Limbo' is a project that collates the experiences of foreign citizens in both the United Kingdom and in the European Union. The project has resulted in the publication of two books: In Limbo: Brexit Testimonies from EU citizens in the UK and In Limbo Too: Brexit Testimonies from UK citizens.
The work on securing a post-EU future for the UK may have only just begun.
A blow-by-blow account of the UK’s tortuous route to Brexit, from the 2016 EU referendum to the present day.
The last day in Brussels for the outgoing 73 outgoing MEPs ahead of Brexit day was an occassion of speeches, tears and some celebration.
The last batch of coins minted by the government had to be melted down after the UK failed to leave the European Union on October 31.
Since July, Boris Johnson has transformed his party, won an election and ensured the UK will leave the EU. But his critics say Brexit is far from done.
The House of Commons removed an amendment forcing the British government to let unaccompanied migrant children join relatives in the UK.