‘Russia must feel the consequences of what they are doing’, says Boris Johnson
I could have written an alternative column myself, examining the psychological state of anyone willing to advance his own future by betting his country’s on what he knew to be a wickedly dangerous wager. But I am using hindsight there
The least the Foreign Secretary can do now is put the national interest first and use his influence to get the best deal for Britain in its future relationship with the European Union
Foreign Secretary claims he only wrote the leaked, unpublished article backing Remain to test his commitment to Leave
Tesco took Unilever’s brands off its shelves after Unilever tried to force price rises through, blaming Brexit. They’ve now compromised but it's hard to see the EU doing the same with the UK’s hardline Brexiteers
Boris Johnson has said he won’t rule out further military action – without specifying exactly what that might be
Labour MP Mike Gapes says: 'If Putin does to Aleppo what he did to Grozny, then they are going to flatten it'
Pacifist, Buddhist, anti-war protester heard the Foreign Secretary's rallying call on the radio and felt he needed to protest against airstrikes in Aleppo to 'make my point'
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Involving Parliament properly would help to heal the referendum wounds, rather than rub salt in them by acting as if the result had been 90-10 for Brexit rather than 52-48. But apparently pro-Brexit MPs don't support that anymore
The spokesman for the leader suggested people could be protesting outside the US embassy over civilian casualties
'A protest outside the Russian embassy would actually contribute to increasing the hysteria and the jingoism that is being whipped up at the moment against Russia'
Heavy bombing restarts in besieged rebel-held neighbourhoods as Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson tells MPs Russia’s actions in Syria amount to ‘war crimes’
Are there alternative scenarios, if not solutions? In Syria there usually are because there are so many players inside and outside the country, all claiming hypocritically to be acting in the interests of the Syrian people but invariably consulting their own interests first, second and third
Listening to Johnson attempt to weigh his own gravitas down upon the suffering of Syrians is rather like what one imagines a Twelve Years A Slave starring Joe Pasquale might look like
National Audit Office finds a “significant risk” the crossing will not be built - and highlights Cameron's personal intervention to fund it