The Prime Minister

“We know from Donald Trump these kind of assaults on the free press are dangerous," says Labour.
On 24 July 2019, Boris Johnson took over the reins from Theresa May to become prime minister on a promise to deliver Brexit. He quickly set about delivering a version of it after renegotiating the withdrawal agreement with the EU, but the second half of his year has been beset by the coronavirus pandemic, which almost cost the PM his life.
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The PM said he "does not believe in gestures" when asked on LBC if he would take the knee for Black Lives Matter.
Boris Johnson chairs the last daily coronavirus briefing alongside chief scientific advisor Sir Patrick Vallance and chief medical officer Professor Chris Whitty. It comes after the prime minister announced easing of lockdown measures for England earlier today.
Prime minister Boris Johnson leads the daily coronavirus press briefing. Under new plans considered by the government, the public could be allowed to hold BBQs and garden parties within weeks.
The prime minister Boris Johnson is back to give the latest coronavirus update after recovering from the disease and his partner Carrie Symonds announcing the birth of a baby boy yesterday. It also comes with government under pressure to hit its target of testing 100,000 people per day by the end of April.
Foreign secretary Dominic Raab leads the daily press conference in Boris Johnson’s absence. It comes after the prime minister’s partner Carrie Symonds gave birth to a baby boy earlier today.