"I think the message is that they don't like unaccompanied child refugees joining their families in Britain," said Alf Dubs, a Labour member of the Lords who fought for the child refugee protections in 2016.
Johnson's comments to Iran's president came after Trump urged European allies, as well as Russia and China, to withdraw from the 2015 treaty.
"We have targeted 52 Iranian sites," Trump tweeted on Saturday, noting that "some" were "important to Iran & the Iranian culture."
Johnson resisted calls to release the report before the election, in which he swept to victory last week.
The efforts of the political, economic, academic and media elites to put their thumb on the scale to block Brexit finally appear to have been thwarted.
Boris Johnson's Conservative Party won a majority promising to "get Brexit done." But Nigel Farage, Brexit Party leader, is waiting a while before stepping away from politics.
"This was a breakthrough election for the climate emergency and the collapse of our natural world," Natalie Bennett, a Green Party peer and former leader, said.
Pledging to "get Brexit done," and secure a U.S.-U.K. trade deal, the Conservative party leader won a huge victory in the general election.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson was accused of "scapegoating migrants" in the days leading up to the British general election.
The president said any deal between the countries would be "bigger and more lucrative" than one the U.K. could strike with the European Union.
The House Judiciary Committee are set to vote on the articles of impeachment this morning.
There is a chance the Labour Party leader will become prime minister after the U.K. election—and, unlike Conservative Party leader Boris Johnson, he is no friend of President Donald Trump.
In preparation for the general election, Boris Johnson has created an ad campaign that parodies a famous scene in the movie 'Love, Actually,' while Hugh Grant, the star of that film, goes door to door for Johnson's Liberal Democrat opponents.
Trump spent his two days in London lashing out at allies and creating new rifts, but host Boris Johnson avoided the worst of the flak by limiting his interaction with the president.
In a clip from a NATO reception that went viral on Wednesday, world leaders including Boris Johnson appeared to make fun of the U.S. president.
Queen Elizabeth II's only daughter was spotted with Justin Trudeau, Emmanuel Macron and Boris Johnson at a Buckingham Palace reception Tuesday.
The president is visiting the U.K. for the NATO summit in London from December 3-4.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson's team is bracing for a possible intervention from Trump, who is widely unpopular in the U.K.
The West is facing security threats unlike any since the end of the Cold War, but a dearth of leadership continues to plague the alliance.
The Secret Barrister, an anonymous legal blogger, claimed Boris Johnson's 16-part Twitter thread was "basically copied and pasted" from a post they had published.
"Boris is the right man for the time. He's really for the times," Trump said in early November.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his Conservative allies have touted a free-trade agreement with the U.S. as a solution to Britain's expected post-Brexit economic woes.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has promised immigration reform if he wins the United Kingdom's upcoming election.
"One Tory source says there are 1,200 people here. I estimated about 500," a Bloomberg reporter tweeted.
In an interview with Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage, Trump claimed that "certain aspects" of the current Brexit deal will prevent the U.K. from striking a trade deal with the U.S.
Opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn criticized Trump's remarks on the election candidates, made in a London radio show hosted by Brexit party leader Nigel Farage.
U.K. parliamentarians voted by a margin of 322 votes to 306 to pass an amendment to avoid leaving EU without a bill in place agreeing withdrawal terms.
Although the vote today takes place in the British House of Commons, it could have ramifications of key issues concerning the White House and average Americans.
"I think he was asking a question, to be fair, that a lot of British reporters would have asked," the embattled British leader said.