In a new documentary, the former British prime minister said Russia's leader didn't seem serious about avoiding war before his country invaded Ukraine. The Kremlin says Johnson's statement is a lie.
Following the resignation of Liz Truss as Britain's fourth prime minister in a little over six years, her Conservative Party — in power since 2010 — is racing to select a replacement.
With yet another prime minister's resignation, the British government's 10 Downing Street looks like a revolving door. Analysts blame polarization, populism, a flawed system and poor leadership.
While Britons might be happy to see their prime minister go, Ukrainians hold him in higher regard.
The search is on for the next Conservative Party leader — and ultimately a new prime minister. This is a look at several potential candidates for the job.
Britain's prime minister steps down after several top officials quit his government, saying they couldn't serve under his scandal-tarred leadership.
The announcement is expected to come after days of defections crippled the controversial leader and left him unable to govern.
Two top ministers and a slew of more junior officials resigned this week, saying they could no longer serve under Johnson's scandal-tarred leadership. He narrowly got by a no-confidence vote in June.
Defeat in the two district contests increases jitters among Conservatives who worry the erratic and divisive prime minister is no longer an electoral asset.
A roundup of key developments and the latest in-depth coverage of Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Johnson was booed during the queen's Platinum Jubilee — the latest sign of intense public anger over his flouting of his own government's COVID-19 rules.
Voting for local councils across the country will be an important barometer for the next national elections.
The British leader's office says he will be fined for breaching COVID regulations following allegations of lockdown parties at government offices. It's unclear how much Johnson will be fined.
British police said Tuesday that they were fining 20 people over parties held by Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his staff during coronavirus lockdowns.
Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, a charity worker, and Anousheh Ashouri, a businessman, have now left the country. A third prisoner was released on furlough. Other foreigners remain imprisoned in Iran.