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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson to begin two-day India visit tomorrow
On Friday morning, Johnson will attend a ceremonial reception at Rashtrapati Bhawan and later a wreath-laying at the Samadhi of Mahatma Gandhi
Watch: 100 people dressed as British Prime Minister Boris Johnson party outside 10 Downing Street
This comes after videos surfaced Johnson attending a 'bring your own booze' party at Downing Street last year when the country was under COVID-19 lockdown
From illicit parties to Brexit 'lies', a look at Boris Johnson's scandals, blunders and rows
The British prime minister is facing a wave of public and political outrage over allegations that he and his staff flouted coronavirus lockdown rules by holding a drinks party in 2020 while Britons were barred by law from meeting up with more than one person
'Bring your own booze' party leaves Boris Johnson with a massive hangover: What the controversy is all about
The British prime minister is under heavy fire after a leaked email from his private secretary reveals that his staff held a 'socially distanced' drinks party at a time when gatherings of people was banned
Booster blitz: Britain queues up in long lines to fight Omicron variant
UK health authorities say Omicron cases are doubling every two to three days in Britain, and that the variant will replace Delta as the dominant coronavirus strain within days
Optimism Unlimited: What makes Brexit champ Boris Johnson tick?
With some in his party increasingly nervous about what the coming winter could hold, Johnson is counting on his innate positivity and vows of future 'sunlit uplands' still resonating with voters
Ashes: 'No special deals' for England cricketers during series, says Australia PM Scott Morrison
Some players, particularly those with young children, have expressed concern that their families may be unable to travel with them because of strict Australian border controls.
Euro 2020: Kevin Pietersen slams racial abuse of Black English footballers after defeat in final
Pietersen, a former national team captain, got caught in the chaos that broke out after England's loss to Italy in the penalty shootout of the summit showdown at Wembley.
England vs New Zealand: British PM Boris Johnson criticises ECB’s suspension of Ollie Robinson after discovery of old tweets
Johnson's comments came not long after Secretary of Culture and Sport Oliver Dowden said ECB's decision to indefinitely suspend Robinson was "over the top".
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson keen on hosting Euro 2020 matches beyond semis, final
The British government is holding talks with UEFA about hosting more games due to rising cases across the continent and the slow roll out of vaccines.
Smaller crowds, no chief guest, no motorcycle stunts: What to expect from Republic Day 2021
For the first time in over five decades that India will not have a chief guest at Republic Day 2021 parade. The decision was taken after UK PM Boris Johnson's decided cancel his visit due to the spread of a mutant strain of the coronavirus in the UK
'Responsible to go the extra mile': EU, UK agree to continue post-Brexit deal talks beyond Sunday deadline
However, Prime Minister Boris Johnson played down hopes of a breakthrough, saying the "most likely" outcome was that the two sides wouldn't reach a deal and would trade on WTO terms
Boris Johnson defends England's tier-based lockdown in letter to rebel Conservative Party colleagues
Most of England's population will fall under the two toughest tiers when the second national lockdown ends on 2 December. Around 32 million people, including in London, will fall into Tier 2
England cricket legend Ian Botham introduced as a peer in the House of Lords
Botham will sit as a non-party peer in Lords, whose members are mostly political appointees, with a smattering of hereditary nobles, judges and clergy. The cricket legend will be known as Lord Botham.
London police refers itself to independent watchdog after stop-and-search of two black athletes
British sprinter Bianca Williams, 26, and her partner, Portuguese 400m record holder Ricardo dos Santos, 25, were stopped on Saturday afternoon while driving from training back to their home in Maida Vale in west London.
Twitter reacts to viral video of world leaders appearing to mock Donald Trump at NATO event
A video of a group of world leaders at the NATO summit talking together took social media by storm as they seem to be mocking US President Donald Trump.
Britain on course for December election after Labour party chief Jeremy Corbyn backs Boris Johnson's plan
Britain is on course for a December election Tuesday after the main Opposition Labour party said it would support Prime Minister Boris Johnson's plan
UK's Opposition parties suggest 9 December as date for general elections in attempt to avoid no-deal Brexit
British opposition parties proposed an earlier election date than the one PM Johnson offered, trying to force his govt to delay a final decision on Brexit.
British royals' visit to Pakistan just latest gambit by London to boost curious, cozy relationship with Islamabad, end its isolation
What is interesting that recently, the UK has been working hard to end the isolation of Pakistan.
Pakistan's permanent representative to UN Maleeha Lodhi goofs up in tweet, calls UK's PM Boris Johnson 'foreign minister'
In a major goof-up, Pakistan's permanent representative to the UN Maleeha Lodhi called British prime minister Boris Johnson 'Foreign Minister' on Twitter.