Article 29 of the Iran nuclear deal states that no country should discourage trade with Iran, something President Donald Trump has done for some time.
The art of the political insult has a long history.
Asked whether the British government would need to consult parliament, Johnson said: “I think that needs to be tested.”
Cyber Security Centre offers to help the UK's political parties bolster their online security.
'This is not a return to business as usual, and the Foreign Secretary will continue to be robust on those issues where we differ,' spokesperson says.
“I think Boris Johnson’s response to this situation is bizarre and inexplicable,” a senior legal official tells Newsweek.
Johnson said there is “no case for relaxation."
The foreign secretary said the U.K. will continue its “joyous exploration of other European culture.”
Johnson suggested that Saudi Arabia and Iran were misusing Islam to further their political agendas.
“The ball is in their court,” said the country’s Deputy Foreign Minister Vladimir Titov.
Foreign minister walks back David Davis's comments on a soft Brexit; Labour demands clarity on government's plans.
'We intend to be more engaged with the world, more outward-looking than ever before,' foreign secretary says in Kabul.
Johnson campaigned to leave the EU on an anti-Turkey platform.
Embassy said the British foreign secretary’s comments encouraged “disruptive” protests.
Britain's foreign affairs minister explains his pro-EU article as 'semi-parodic.'
Johnson conceded that a Brexit deal could take longer than two years to make.
Moscow took Johnson's criticism over the air convoy bombing to heart.
Johnson said he believes Russia was involved in the bombing of an aid convoy near Aleppo.
Geldof was speaking at the 1,300-strong One Young World Summit in Canada.
The MP also hit out at Boris Johnson, David Davis and Liam Fox—the "Three Brexiteers."
Foreign minister doesn't want the process to 'drag on' but EU exit will not begin this year.
Philip Hammond will “not be missed” by Russia.
The move came as a surprise as Johnson, Britain's most colorful politician, has a long record of gaffes and scandals.
Johnson said young people in particular are experiencing the "tremors of Project Fear."
The water cannons were purchased by his predecessor for the Metropolitan Police after the London riots.