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Boris Johnson

Born: June 19, 1994 (age 28)

Hometown: New York City, NY, USA
Nationality: England flag English

Boris Johnson is a British politician and the current Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, a role he has held since July 2019.

He previously served two terms as Mayor of London between 2008 and 2016 and held the post of UK Foreign Secretary between 2016 and 2018.

Boris has been MP for Uxbridge and South Ruislip since 2015 and was one of the key voices campaigners for the UK to leave the European Union, something he went on to enact as Prime Minister in January 2020.

In April 2020, Boris spent several days in intensive care after contracting coronavirus.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson pictured on June 23, 2020
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Boris Johnson pictured on June 3, 2022
TalkTV extends primetime schedule to cover Boris Johnson vote
TalkTV will extend its primetime output from 7pm-10pm to 6pm-12am tonight to cover the vote affecting Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
Jun 6, 14:24
Gareth Bale in action for Wales on March 29, 2022
Gareth Bale, James Milner receive MBEs in Queen's Honours
Wales's Gareth Bale and Liverpool stalwart James Milner are among the sporting stars recognised in The Queen's Jubilee Honours.
Jun 1, 22:34
Andrew Neil for The Andrew Neil Show on Channel 4
Andrew Neil to launch Channel 4 show with Jacob Rees-Mogg interview
Andrew Neil's first guest on his new Channel 4 politics show will be Jacob Rees-Mogg MP.
May 7, 03:06
Russia Today logo
Government asks for review of Russia Today's UK broadcast licence
Culture secretary Nadine Dorries asks Ofcom to review the broadcast licence of Kremlin-backed news channel Russia Today.
Feb 23, 22:01
Andrew Neil on Question Time on September 16, 2021
Andrew Neil 'to host new political programme for Channel 4'
Andrew Neil is reportedly close to agreeing a deal to present a new weekly politics programme for Channel 4.
Jan 29, 19:25
Sky Nature's Predators
This week's new TV commissions (January 22-28)
Take a look at the top commissions made by the UK broadcasters over the last seven days.
Jan 29, 19:01
Boris Johnson on a jog with his dog on January 24, 2022
Andrew Neil to present fast-turnaround Boris Johnson doc for Channel 4
Andrew Neil will host a one-off programme, Boris Johnson: Has He Run Out of Road?, for Channel 4 this Sunday.
Jan 24, 14:13
The judging panel on Britain's Got Talent
New series of Britain's Got Talent to begin filming next week
Filming on the new series of Britain's Got Talent is cleared to begin, Media Mole can confirm.
Jan 8, 05:29
Spitting Image Christmas Special 2021
Spitting Image live show to launch in London's West End
The team behind Spitting Image announce plans for a live stage show in 2022.
Dec 20, 18:00
A woman wearing a mask walks by the Emirates Stadium after manager Mikel Arteta tested positive for coronavirus and their Premier League match against Brighton on Saturday has been cancelled on March 13, 2020
Do I need a COVID Pass to attend fixtures in England this weekend?
Sports Mole looks at the key questions surrounding attending sports matches in England following the announcement of 'Plan B' coronavirus restrictions.
Dec 10, 17:44
John Whaite and Johannes Radebe on Strictly Come Dancing 2021
Strictly Come Dancing wrap party 'axed due to COVID'
The BBC reportedly decides to cancel this year's Strictly Come Dancing wrap party due to the fast-spreading Omicron variant of coronavirus.
Dec 8, 20:02
Sky News logo
Sky News to launch pop-up channel for climate change conference
Sky News is to launch a dedicated TV channel providing coverage of the COP26 summit in Glasgow.
Oct 22, 11:37
New BBC Director-General Tim Davie
BBC director-general Tim Davie given £75,000 pay rise
BBC director-general Tim Davie is given a £75,000 pay rise despite the corporation's ongoing cost-cutting measures.
Sep 26, 03:31
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp pictured on August 28, 2021
Jurgen Klopp demands Government solution to club-versus-country row with Brazil
Liverpool pair Alisson Becker and Fabinho are among eight Premier League players included in Brazil's squad for World Cup qualifiers in October.
Sep 24, 22:30
Emma Raducanu celebrates winning the US Open on September 11, 2021
Boris Johnson talks with Emma Raducanu and discusses growth of grassroots tennis
Jurgen Klopp and Jessica Ennis-Hill joined in with the widespread praise of the teenager from Kent.
Sep 14, 17:35
England's Harry Kane celebrates scoring against Hungary in a World Cup qualifier on September 2, 2021
FIFA opens disciplinary proceedings over abuse of England players in Hungary
Raheem Sterling and Jude Bellingham were targeted with monkey chants during Thursday night's match.
Sep 3, 17:18
England's Harry Kane celebrates scoring against Hungary in a World Cup qualifier on September 2, 2021
FIFA opens disciplinary proceedings over abuse of England players in Hungary
Raheem Sterling and Jude Bellingham were targeted with monkey chants during Thursday night's match.
Sep 3, 17:18
England's Harry Kane celebrates scoring against Hungary in a World Cup qualifier on September 2, 2021
Hungary crowd's abuse of England was 'preventable and predictable' - Kick It Out
England's Raheem Sterling and Jude Bellingham were targeted by monkey chants during the match in Budapest.
Sep 3, 11:59
England's Harry Kane celebrates scoring against Hungary in a World Cup qualifier on September 2, 2021
Hungary crowd's abuse of England was 'preventable and predictable' - Kick It Out
England's Raheem Sterling and Jude Bellingham were targeted by monkey chants during the match in Budapest.
Sep 3, 11:59
England's Harry Kane celebrates scoring against Hungary in a World Cup qualifier on September 2, 2021
FIFA promise 'adequate actions' over racist abuse aimed at England players
Raheem Sterling and Jude Bellingham were targeted for abuse in the World Cup qualifier against Hungary in Budapest.
Sep 3, 10:08
England's Harry Kane celebrates scoring against Hungary in a World Cup qualifier on September 2, 2021
FIFA promise 'adequate actions' over racist abuse aimed at England players
Raheem Sterling and Jude Bellingham were targeted for abuse in the World Cup qualifier against Hungary in Budapest.
Sep 3, 10:08
England's Harry Kane celebrates scoring against Hungary in a World Cup qualifier on September 2, 2021
Boris Johnson urges FIFA to act over racism towards England players in Hungary
Raheem Sterling and Jude Bellingham were targeted during the match in Budapest.
Sep 3, 09:21
Gianni Infantino pictured on February 27, 2019
Gianni Infantino seeks Boris Johnson backing for international break exemptions
The FIFA president wants the Prime Minister to allow players due to play in red list countries to avoid quarantine when they return to the UK.
Aug 25, 15:27
England's Ollie Robinson pictured on June 2, 2021
Ollie Robinson admits he feared for his England future
The seamer bounced back strongly with five wickets against India at Trent Bridge.
Aug 6, 19:46
Concept art for Sunset Studios UK
Sunset Studios to open £700m facility in Hertfordshire
Hollywood studio Sunset Studios announces plans for a new £700m site in Hertfordshire.
Aug 2, 09:01
Team GB's men's eight in action on July 30, 2021
Tokyo 2020: UK Sport chief defends GB rowing performance
Tokyo marks the first Games since 1980 that Britain's rowers have not won at least one gold medal.
Jul 30, 10:54
Adam Peaty celebrates victory for Team GB on July 26, 2021
Adam Peaty hopes gold medal is "catalyst" for better times ahead
The 26-year-old became the first British swimmer to successfully defend an Olympic title on Monday.
Jul 26, 10:35
Liverpool fans in the stands at Anfield during the Premier League clash with Wolverhampton Wanderers on December 6, 2020
Government planning vaccine passports for Premier League matches
The use of vaccine passports could also be extended to lower divisions and other sports.
Jul 24, 22:56
Liverpool fans in the stands at Anfield during the Premier League clash with Wolverhampton Wanderers on December 6, 2020
75% of fans ready to return to stadiums next season, survey finds
The Government is considering whether to make vaccine passports mandatory for crowded venues.
Jul 23, 18:36
Republic of Ireland manager Stephen Kenny on March 24, 2021
Ireland boss Stephen Kenny urges "leadership" in fight against racism
Stephen Kenny's players were booed as they took the knee in Budapest.
Jul 23, 12:13
Doctor Alex George and his younger brother Llyr
Doctor Alex posts emotional tribute on anniversary of brother's death
Doctor Alex George posts a moving tribute to his younger brother Llyr on the one-year anniversary of his death.
Jul 23, 09:48
Harry Kane on Spitting Image
In Pictures: Harry Kane, Gareth Southgate, Marcus Rashford get Spitting Image puppets
Take a look at England heroes Gareth Southgate, Harry Kane and Marcus Rashford in Spitting Image form.
Jul 22, 18:25
Liverpool fans in the stands at Anfield during the Premier League clash with Wolverhampton Wanderers on December 6, 2020
Fans left uncertain over Government's vaccine passport announcement
Boris Johnson said a full vaccine passport will be required for entry to "venues where large crowds gather" from the end of September.
Jul 19, 23:24
A general shot of a Premier League football ahead of the Premier League clash between Everton and West Ham United at Goodison Park on October 30, 2016
Premier League supports extending football banning orders to cover online abuse
Banning orders range in length from three to 10 years.
Jul 14, 16:39
Boris Johnson appears at PMQs on December 9, 2020
Boris Johnson: 'Football banning orders to include online racist abuse'
A petition to permanently ban those who have carried out racist abuse, online or offline, has passed a million signatures in just two days.
Jul 14, 13:52
Arsenal's Bukayo Saka pictured on January 2, 2021
Mikel Arteta throws support behind Bukayo Saka
Bukayo Saka, 19, was targeted on social media after missing his penalty in the shootout at Wembley against Italy.
Jul 14, 08:20
Tyrone Mings pictured for England in September 2020
Government ministers accused of "dog whistle comments" amid racism storm
Home Secretary Priti Patel was accused by England defender Tyrone Mings of 'stoking the fire' of racism.
Jul 13, 15:45
Harry Kane celebrates scoring the winner for England on July 7, 2021
Harry Kane: 'If you abuse our players, we do not want you'
Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho and Bukayo Saka were all subjected to abusive posts in the wake of their missed penalties in the shoot-out.
Jul 12, 19:37
Italy's Gianluigi Donnarumma celebrates as his team beat England to win Euro 2020 on July 11, 2021
How did the Italian media react to the Azzurri's Euro 2020 win?
Roberto Mancini's men were crowned champions of Europe for the first time since 1968.
Jul 12, 13:00
England manager Gareth Southgate pictured on July 11, 2021
Gareth Southgate hits out at "unforgivable" racial abuse of England players
The abuse directed at England players has been roundly condemned.
Jul 12, 12:49

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