Boris Johnson under fire for 'dead bodies' Libya gaffe
British foreign minister Boris Johnson came under fire Tuesday for saying Libya could become a magnet for tourists and investors -- if it can "clear the dead bodies away" first.
Britain's May downplays notion of party divisions over Brexit
"The UK government is driven from the front and we all have the same destination in our sights -- and that is getting a good deal for Brexit with the European Union," she said during a visit to Canada.
Britain calls for new sanctions on North Korea
Britain's Foreign Minister Boris Johnson on Tuesday called on the international community to impose further sanctions on North Korea following the country's latest nuclear test.
British Foreign Secretary visits NNS Unity Naval Dockyard
The United Kingdom Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson visited the Nigerian Navy Ship (NNS) Unity at Naval Dockyard in Victoria Island Lagos, in a bid to strengthen the bilateral relationship between UK and Nigeria.
Brexit not about ‘turning away from the world,’ says Johnson
Brexit “is not, was not and will not be about Britain turning away from the world,” British Foreign Secretary, Boris Johnson, said in New Zealand on Tuesday.
Britain's Johnson compares Maori greeting to headbutt
Britain's gaffe-prone Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson likened a traditional Maori greeting to a headbutt Monday while visiting indigenous leaders in New Zealand.
UK sees 'happy' Brexit outcome for both sides, says Boris Johnson
Brexit talks beginning Monday will lead to a positive outcome for both Britain and the European Union, British foreign minister Boris Johnson said.
British government, London mayor clash over UK invite to Trump
The British government on Tuesday stood by an invitation for US President Donald Trump to make a state visit to the UK as London Mayor Sadiq Khan -- under attack from the White House -- said the offer should be scrapped.