boris johnson gaffes

Boris Johnson has raised eyebrows by suggesting that he does not know "the point" of a London bridge on which he is spending
Boris Johnson seems to have unveiled a surprise pledge to spend £15 to bring empty homes back into use. In his monthly "#AskBoris
Boris Johnson has said he wishes "for the first time in years" he was back in parliament. The London mayor, who has been
Boris Johnson has praised the UK economy for reaching its "Costa Concordia" moment, comparing it to the Italian cruiseliner
Andy Murray's status as the first British winner means the last one is likely to get overshadowed a bit. No, not Fred Perry, but Virginia Wade. Not that many seemed to remember she existed in the preamble to the final anyway. Not even the Prime Bloody Minister.
London Mayor Boris Johnson has championed the cause of middle income families, saying they're feeling "utterly and understandably
Boris Johnson will have lunch with David Cameron at Chequers on Sunday in the wake of a series of clashes. The Prime Minister
Boris (or Tory Boris Johnson, as Labour would prefer us to call him) is by many accounts edging towards victory in the London
Boris Johnson has gaffed again, telling reporters on Tuesday that George Osborne's strategy to deal with the eurozone crisis