Tory MPs declare a 'game, set and match' victory over Corbyn in new leader's first PMQs appearance
The Foreign Secretary's record was pulled up by Jeremy Corbyn at Ms May's first PMQs
The great political stand up of his age tried to turn serious, but we've all seen it all before
As someone who is not so much on the housing ladder as standing directly underneath the scaffolding while thousands of well-heeled pensioners periodically dump buckets of their own sewage onto my head, there’s only so hard I can laugh when I hear gags about the three Brexiteers squeezing a bunk-bed into a mansion
'It reflects the fact that all those secretaries of state will as part of their work be meeting and engaging with and hosting foreign visitors'
The men are seen chanting Mr Johnson's name as they walk into the protest, provoking anger among the demonstrators
MP was speaking out against the Foreign Secretary's potential leadership bid
The Foreign Secretary is making his first foreign trip
There is a part of America where people shout ‘hell yeah’ or maybe ‘amen’, where preachers opine that Hillary is worse than Satan without recognising the irony of that statement. They don’t worry overly much about Trump’s values – because he isn’t Hillary
There is no easy way round the hard choice facing the Prime Minister, her Government and her country – access to the single market
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The newly-appointed Foreign Secretary received a frosty reception
After his unexpected appointment in Theresa May's cabinet
'There is a massive difference between leaving the EU and our relations with Europe'
He speaks languages, knows about diplomacy from his one-time Eurocrat father and is culturally sensitive in a way that eludes many British Islanders. Unlike David Miliband, who appeared supercilious, Boris can save situations with humour and self-deprecation
'Now it is he who has his back against the wall' ‒ Jean-Marc Ayrault has some strong words for Theresa May's most controversial appointment