'The off-the-cuff remark may suit Have I Got News for You, but it doesn’t the tragedy in Munich,' says Liberal Democrat foreign affairs spokesperson
The MP for Stone says Britain will have trading relationship similar to that of the US and Japan
Boris Johnson says Brexit means being more 'outward-looking' and 'engaged' on the world stage
George Osborne has left the grandeur of number 11 Downing Street and the Treasury
'It's a physical threat to them if it's believed they're working for British intelligence,' says Dominic Lawson
Using a football analogy, the reporter asks: 'Why are you putting... a player on the pitch who doesn't actually want to play'
Rather than challenging some of the truly remarkable things he has said in public office, we have created our very own version of Donald Trump
Johnson, a key proponent of Brexit who was surprisingly named as foreign secretary by Theresa May was grilled by reporters on previous gaffes
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
The former mayor of London didn't apologise for comparing the EU's ambitions to those of Adolf Hitler
Mr Johnson caused widespread anger during the Brexit campaign when he compared the ambitions of the EU with those of Hitler
His book on Shakespeare has also been put on hold
The Foreign Secretary is making his first foreign trip
The new Foreign Secretary has had a baptism of fire in his first week
Minister says any judgement would be made on 'reality not speculation'
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