Boris Johnson has resigned as Foreign Secretary on Monday (9 July) on a day of fast-moving developments in UK politics, following on the heels of former Brexit Secretary David Davis.
Ambassador Alexander Yakovenko spoke about Putin and Poirot and the poison standoff between his country and UK sounding serious and sarcastic all at once.
Ferrero Rochers are the undisputed delicacy of choice at glitzy diplomatic shindigs, but critics of President Vladimir Putin have used graffiti to take an ironic swipe at Russia over the nerve toxin attack on a former double agent.
Are we about to see removal vans trundling up Britain’s most expensive street where average homes cost over £13.5m with diplomats forced to make ignominious exits? The Russian envoy since 2011, Vladimirovich, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary lives in the sumptuous grounds of number 13 assisted by 10 senior diplomatic staff.
Prime Minister Theresa May’s tweet simply titled *coughs*, after her headline speech at the Tory autumn conference resembled a pharmacy counter with a half-eaten pack of Strepsils strawberry lozenges, a bottle of Olbas oil, Covonia cough syrup, a box of Ultra Chloraseptic Anaesthetic throat spray and a glass of water. Alongside her prime ministerial red box was the copy of her speech from hell through which she coughed and spluttered. Throw in a prankster who handed her a P45 form, the party’s confab slogan peeling off the wall and there was enough material for hours of comedy sketches. *coughs* pic.twitter.com/1b6CoW5Mrz — Theresa May (@theresa_may) October 4, 2017 May had wanted to use the Conservative Party’s annual conference to bring her divided party together and pitch herself as the only person able to deliver Brexit and keep opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn out of power. She started by apologising for calling a snap June election which stripped her party of its majority in parliament, then pitched a revitalised ‘British Dream’ for which she proposed fixing broken …
Several people were injured at a southwest London underground station on Friday (15 September) after witnesses reported a blast on a packed rush-hour commuter train which police are treating as a terrorism incident.