Boris Johnson

Boris Johnson drops out of UK race

Johnson needed the backing of 100 by Monday to proceed to the next stage, which would have seen him going head-to-head against Sunak in a vote by the Conservative Party's 170,000 members.

By REUTERS
23/10/2022

Boris Johnson, Rishi Sunak battle in next UK prime ministerial race

Sunak was defeated by Truss in the race to replace Boris Johnson in September after losing an election held by members of the Conservative party across the country.

By REUTERS
23/10/2022

Boris Johnson to attempt rapid PM comeback after flying back to UK

The former prime minister received the support of dozens of Conservative lawmakers for an audacious attempt to win a second term.

By REUTERS
22/10/2022

Race to be next UK PM begins as momentum grows behind Boris Johnson

Those seeking to replace Truss must secure 100 nominations from Conservative lawmakers by Monday. The winner will be announced on Monday or next Friday.

By REUTERS
21/10/2022

On Jewish issues, UK's Liz Truss looks to continue in Johnson’s steps

Liz Truss says she is committed to the Conservative Party’s outlook on Israel, saying, “There is no greater friend to the UK than Israel.”

By CNAAN LIPHSHIZ/JTA
07/09/2022

Boris Johnson: UK PM who washed dishes in Israel to exit Downing Street - opinion

Accordingly, the good news is that irrespective of who wins this week’s Tory leadership contest, Israel will continue to have a self-declared friend in Number 10.

01/09/2022

UK's Liz Truss, Rishi Sunak underscore Israel ties to win Jewish vote

Both candidates Liz Truss and Rishi Sunak promise to counter Iran’s nuclear ambitions, secure a UK-Israel free trade deal, fight BDS.

By Isla-Rose Deans/The Media Line
17/08/2022

Iran's view that Rushdie to blame for attack is 'despicable' - US

"We do not consider anyone other than himself and his supporters worthy of ...reproach and condemnation," said Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Nasser Kanaani.

By REUTERS
15/08/2022

How will the UK choose its next prime minister? - opinion

The system that brings a person to the position of UK prime minister and thus head of the government bears no resemblance to US presidential elections.

Race to become UK PM down to the final two, Sunak and Truss

Polls show Truss would beat Sunak in the party members' contest, but all could change as the two finalists start weeks of hustings up and down the country before the party's membership.

By REUTERS
20/07/2022
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