Boris Johnson joined other world leaders in condemning the “disgraceful scenes” in Washington, D.C., yesterday after Trump supporters stormed the Capitol.
After four and a half years, Brexit is finally and fully accomplished with a U.K.–EU trade deal that sailed through Parliament.
It’s the end of one of the most hard-fought struggles that has ever roiled the British political system.
The Tories have shown themselves to be a party of intrusive, poorly planned regulation.
Because of a new strain of the deadly virus, the government has consigned millions of people in highly infected areas to a sad and lonely Christmas.
Politically, a “no-deal” outcome has never been easier for Johnson, who, unlike last year, now enjoys a large parliamentary majority.
The pandemic has not induced a political crisis for the Scottish First Minister in the same way that it has for Boris Johnson.
Boris Johnson’s time as a populist has come to an end.
Where the “special relationship” stands.