Exclusive: In an open letter, rights groups say Mr Johnson’s stubborn failure to act is keeping British father-of-three Andy Tsege on death row in Ethiopia
She also revealed the House of Commons may not have a say on airport expansion before 2018
The Foreign Secretary said nothing was off the table
RT calls the decision over their accounts 'incomprehensible'
Pro-EU Johnson said in his column that a vote for Brexit could lead to 'economic shock'. Then he told the Treasury select committee in March this year that the EU would result in 'no economic shock' at all
'We of course are not going to fan hysteria over this matter, like our partners in the West do'
'If we weren’t having lively debates in cabinet, you would be saying ‘what’s happened to cabinet government',' Jeremy Hunt says
‘Russia must feel the consequences of what they are doing’, says Boris Johnson
The Foreign Secretary was a leading figure in the campaign to leave the European Union
The Scottish First Minister said the Tories had different priorities to Scotland
Yet there is no place on the Cabinet committee which will oversee withdrawal for the Attorney General – despite the complex legal challenges involved
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
The Foreign Secretary also suggested there could be new sanctions on Russia's gas supply to Europe
Last Saturday saw devastating air strikes on a funeral in Sanaa, Yemen, which killed at least 155 people and wounded 500 more. Johnson’s first public response was to issue a tweet
The country's ambassador to the UN Vitaly Churkin also attacked Boris Johnson over his calls for protests outside the Russian embassy
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