Boris Johnson, who has recently resigned as mayor of London, wants Britain out of the EU, and has gone to controversial lengths to express his opinions. His latest comments have fueled outrage.
UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has said he wants to reach out to Remain voters who still have concerns about Brexit. Johnson said a second Brexit vote would result in another year of "wrangling and turmoil."
European Council President Donald Tusk said there could be no "cherry-picking" on post-Brexit trade relations. British Prime Minister Theresa May will unveil Brexit plans at a speech next week.
Theresa May and her ministers are aiming to heal Tory divisions with a series of speeches. Meanwhile, George Soros was hounded on Brexit in the UK press and the EU's chief negotiator has issued a stern warning to London.
The Three Musketeers, aka the 'Dream Team,' have returned to the Brexit fray. Meanwhile, reality may hit home in some quarters — and there seems to be a case of feline depression in Downing Street.
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