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Prime Minister will not hesitate to impose stricter Covid-19 restrictions  

Boris Johnson has warned he “will not hesitate” to introduce harsher coronavirus restrictions as hospital admissions increase.


Boris Johnsons father pictured shopping without face covering   -50%

Boris Johnson’s father said he was “extremely sorry” after he was pictured shopping without wearing a face covering.


Battered, bloodshot Boris is no longer the star of his own show | John Crace   -1%


Keir Starmer barely has to get out of second gear to win PMQs now. It must be driving Johnson mad

Like most narcissists, Boris Johnson is unable to conceive of other people having an independent existence. Rather, they are mere satellites orbiting his ego. Mere objects whose only function is to do his bidding. And to be fair, it’s a world view that has served him well enough up to now as he’s cruised his way, with a flamboyant mixture of broken promises, outright lies and back-stabbing, to his life’s goal of becoming prime minister. Family, friends and colleagues that have been trampled upon along the way are just collateral damage.

But there are growing signs that many people are increasingly deciding that enough is enough. Tory backbenchers have got fed up with being left out in the cold from the government’s coronavirus legislation and the Speaker, Lindsay Hoyle, made no attempt to disguise his anger on Wednesday at the way parliament had been sidelined. But the person who most gets under Boris’s skin is Keir Starmer. Because more than six months in, he has yet to get the better of the Labour leader.

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Boris Johnson unveils new coronavirus curbs, warning they could last for six months   2%


Prime Minister Boris Johnson told the British people on Tuesday to work from home where possible and ordered restaurants and bars to close early to tackle a fast-spreading second wave of Covid-19, with new restrictions lasting probably six months.After scientific warnings that deaths could soar without urgent action, Johnson stopped short of imposing another full lockdown, as he did in March, but warned that further measures could come if the disease was not suppressed.“We reserve the right to…


Britain raises coronavirus alert level, warning of high transmission   -2%


British medical officers raised the nation’s Covid-19 alert level on Monday, saying the virus is in general circulation and the transmission is high. The move comes as British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is expected to announce further restrictions on Tuesday designed to slow the spread of the virus.The chief medical officers of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, saying cases are rising “rapidly and probably exponentially”, raised the alert from three to four, the second-highest…


Africa: British PM - World Must Unite to Defeat Covid and Prevent Future Pandemics   6%

[FrontPageAfrica] London -- The world must overcome the extraordinary divisions created by coronavirus and unite to defeat the pandemic, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson told the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in a pre-recorded speech in line with other leaders, and played out at the UN General Assembly on Saturday 24th September.


As COVID-19 cases resurge, will the UK learn from its mistakes?   -22%


Britain's poor handling of the coronavirus pandemic has exposed inefficiencies in the government and public health care system. As cases rise again in the U.K., critics are skeptical that Prime Minister Boris Johnson will do anything differently this time.


Did BoJo steal build back better tagline from BIDEN? Fact checkers can relax, as BOTH repeat an old UN slogan from JAPAN   25%


UK PM Boris Johnson promised to ‘build back better’ with a new education program, which prompted suggestions he swiped a tagline of US presidential candidate Joe Biden. But did both plagiarize it from somewhere else?
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Were freedom-loving too, but also serious: Italian president responds to BoJos claim about why Italy has lower Covid-19 rate   20%


Italian President Sergio Mattarella has replied to UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s unexpected explanation as to why Rome seems to be doing better in containing the spread of the coronavirus.
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Newspaper headlines: PM warns rule breakers as dad shops without mask   50%

Boris Johnson's statement about a "critical moment" in the pandemic dominates most front pages.


The Papers: PM warns rule breakers as dad shops without mask   50%

Boris Johnson's statement about a "critical moment" in the pandemic dominates most front pages.


Covid: UK at 'critical moment' with coronavirus - PM  

Boris Johnson says new measures to tackle a rise in virus cases will "take time to feed through".


Boris Johnson 'misspoke' over North East Covid restrictions  

Boris Johnson apologises after failing to clarify the detail of new tighter coronavirus restrictions.


Covid: PM promises 'radical' shake-up of adult education  

Boris Johnson said funding changes are required to help people find jobs in the post-Covid economy.


Boris Johnson promises to protect 30% of UK's land by 2030  

Countries must act now to reverse biodiversity loss, Boris Johnson tells a UN event.


'A stitch in time saves nine' - what does it mean?  

Boris Johnson used the phrase as he announce new coronavirus rules.


Coronavirus: UK pledges support to global vaccine-sharing scheme  

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced the UK will give £500m to a new global vaccine-sharing scheme.