When David Cameron was asked to comment on Boris Johnson saying the 'part-Kenyan' US president Barack Obama had an 'ancestral dislike' of the British empire, he merely said 'questions for Boris are questions for Boris'
Boris Johnson said there was an 'ideological continuum' between Ken Livingstone and Sadiq Khan
He seemed like a man who lived a charmed life until he gambled on Brexit being his route to the top job
News comes on the day BBC survey shows two-thirds of students support no platforming
'Why should the President of the United States have a head of my grandfather in his room?' Sir Nicholas Soames asked
But Boris Johnson's clowning is a disservice to democracy: the British people deserve to hear a better case for Britain to leave the EU
US President dismisses Boris Johnson's accusations of 'ancestral dislike' of Britain
The US president has warned Britain against leaving the European Union
The US President is expected to make an intervention supporting a vote to remain in the EU
“I am praying that we will wake from this sleepwalk to tragedy; and that the Scots vote no to divorce, and yes to Britain, the greatest political union ever," Boris Johnson wrote only two years ago
Project Outrage, as the Leave campaign is in danger of becoming, has its favourite lines: “So and so was wrong about the Euro and they’re wrong now” and “Why would the Germans/French not want to sell us cars/cheese anymore?”’
'At least that’s an honest debate. What is not honest and what is economically illiterate is to say we can have all the economic benefits of being in the EU and at the same time leave'
Exclusive: Forty-four per cent of people say David Cameron's management of his financial affairs is ‘morally repugnant’
'Can someone go and interrupt Crick at the back there,' instructs Mr Johnson
Boris Johnson has previously suggested that he did not believe in a free NHS
The move by the London Mayor will irritate Number 10 and put further pressure on the Chancellor and potential leadership rival George Osborne