Boris Johnson is putting together his Cabinet and preparing for government after a landslide victory in the Tory leadership contest.
Boris Johnson will become the UK’s next prime minister after securing a landslide victory in the Tory leadership contest.
Boris Johnson has been given a fresh warning of the challenges he will face if he becomes prime minister as Philip Hammond promised to do “everything in my power” to block a no-deal Brexit.
Challenges to Boris Johnson’s desire to lead the country through Brexit were further laid bare when a minister suggested he could vote to pull down his government if it pursues no deal.
Boris Johnson has said the last three years under Theresa May will seem like a “bad dream” once he gets the UK out of the European Union.
Boris Johnson will immediately launch a major drive to prepare the country for a no-deal Brexit if he becomes prime minister.
Nigel Farage says his Brexit Party will take Labour’s traditional northern seats due to Jeremy Corbyn’s support for a second Brexit referendum.
Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt have begun efforts to win over Tory members against a backdrop of infighting, a looming by-election and a fresh warning from Brussels about Brexit.
Tory infighting has continued following the dramatic leadership votes which saw Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt make it through to the final stage of the contest to be the next prime minister.
The campaign to win support from Tory grassroots starts now for Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt.
Jeremy Hunt said he believes he can cause an upset by defeating Boris Johnson in the battle for Number 10 after narrowly securing his place in the final stage of the contest.