Boris Johnson’s bid to force snap elections suffers another blow

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson suffered a fresh blow after his second attempt to force an early election in the country failed to garner the

Deal or no deal, Boris Johnson promises Brexit on Oct 31

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that he would not ask the EU to delay Brexit beyond 31 October. “I’m confident that I can, but to leave on Oct 31 in all circumstances so that the country can move on

US, UK, Canada condemn China and Pakistan for persecuting minorities

Raising the issue of suppression of religious freedom at the United Nations, the United States, the United Kingdom and Canada on Thursday slammed

Here comes BOJO – Will Britain ever get its MOJO back?

Britain has to ratify a withdrawal agreement with the EU before leaving if it wants to avoid a chaotic “no-deal” exit. With a no deal exit driven by Boris Johnson aka Bojo, is Britain entering a phase of Chaos?

UK PM Boris Johnson brings in pro-Brexit ministers in cabinet reshuffle

Hours after taking charge as the Prime Minister, Boris Johnson on Wednesday overhauled the cabinet, giving key roles to leading Brexiteers

Alton Towers rollercoaster ‘The Smiler’ breaks down mid-air

The Smiler ride at Alton Towers left people hanging 100ft in the air today for 20 minutes after its breaks down.

Boris Johnson will be next Prime Minister of Britain

Hardline Brexiteer Boris Johnson will be the next prime minister of Britain after defeating Jeremy Hunt in the Conservative party’s leadership contest.

Diver swims with the largest jellyfish ever seen

A giant jellyfish have been spotted off the coast of Cornwall. Lizzie Daly came across the huge barrel jellyfish

UK man gets permission to pet lions in his house

Reece Oliver, 28, from Nottinghamshire, has been granted permission to keep 2 lions inside his home even after some

Queen hasn’t had so much fun in 25 years: Trump

President Donald Trump on Friday claimed that Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II had more fun during his state visit to the UK than in the last 25 years.