Security services must be able to eavesdrop on messages after Westminster terror attack, the Home Secretary says.Read the full story ›
The Foreign Secretary arrived in Washington DC on Tuesday evening and will attend talks with representatives of some 60 countries.Read the full story ›
Boris Johnson claims there is "plenty of evidence" that Russia is able to hack UK politics - following similar warnings from GCHQ.Read the full story ›
Boris Johnson will travel to Moscow for high-level talks in the coming weeks, the Foreign Office has said.Read the full story ›
Boris Johnson - who was born in New York - has officially given up his American citizenship.Read the full story ›
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson says he's "positive and optimistic" the policies set out by President Donald Trump in his inauguration speeches will be good for the UK.
Speaking in Myanmar, Mr Johnson said he was "very optimistic" a trade deal could be done quickly with the new president, once Britain had left the European Union.
In his inaugural speech, Mr Trump said he would put "America first", but Mr Johnson said any deal with the US would have "to work for the UK as well."
He says: "I think that the new president has made it very clear that he wants to put Britain at the front of the line for a new trade deal and obviously that's extremely exciting and important."
Boris Johnson has faced criticism after comparing the French President to a Second World War guard administering "punishment beatings".Read the full story ›
The UK is "first in line" for a trade deal with the US, Boris Johnson has said after talks with Donald Trump's senior advisers.Read the full story ›
Boris Johnson has held talks with senior members of Donald Trump's team in New York, ahead of the US president-elect taking office.Read the full story ›
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has condemned the "cowardly" and "despicable" murder of Russia's ambassador to Turkey Andrei Karlov.
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MPs learnt of the shooting when it was reported by Prime Minister Theresa May as she spoke in the House of Commons, saying the then-breaking news was a "matter of concern".
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson could be seen leaving the chamber immediately after the Prime Minister's announcement.