Sir Craig Oliver writes: ‘I am struck by two things: Boris is genuinely in turmoil, flip-flopping within a matter of hours; and his cavalier approach’
The Foreign Secretary had predicted Britain could leave the bloc by the end of 2018
Foreign Secretary says Britain will not need full two-year negotiation period
Sir Alan Duncan, one of Johnson's junior ministers, revealed this week that he believes Johnson never actually wanted Leave to win in the EU referendum
If you liked Brexit, you'll love seeing Carswell stick it to an expert who thinks he knows about science
‘As far as I’m aware, the recommissioning of the Britannia is not on the agenda’
The plan follows Mrs Clooney's damning speech to the UN over failure to stop Isis 'genocide'
A plan put forward by a Conservative MP to recommission the vessel is understood to be being considered by Boris Johnson
The new agreement could be a 'turning point' in the Syria conflict, says US Secretary of State John Kerry
Foreign Secretary insists Britain will ‘take back control’ despite rowing back on the measure
'I think it’s no secret to you, or the world, that there is only one country that really has influence on North Korea and that, of course, is China'
The British Foreign Secretary met with Syrian opposition leaders in London on Wednesday to discuss removing President Bashar al-Assad from power
The Prime Minister believes a 'PBS' is not the answer to lowering immigration
PM leaves the door open to giving EU citizens preferential treatment in a future Brexit deal
The Foreign Secretary is seeking to downplay a rising perception that Britain is xenophobic
It has been suggested, even by some Brexit supporters, that EEA might be an “off-the-shelf” status that Britain could adopt as a transitional way out of the EU. The significance of the Chequers Cabinet was that this has now been ruled out