Three generations of the royal family have sent best wishes to Prime Minister Boris Johnson, with messages from Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Charles and Prince William.
Unless you actually know somebody hit by the disease, the grim daily numbers blur into being mere statistics. But the prime minister's hospitalization brought home the fact it can truly strike anyone, of any rank.
U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson's office is expected to hold its latest press conference Tuesday at 5 p.m. U.K. time addressing both the country's ongoing efforts to slow the coronavirus pandemic as well as Johnson's own fight with COVID-19.
The prime minister was taken to hospital on Sunday and transferred to intensive care the following day.
Raab is the government minister designated to deputize for the prime minister when he is unable to fulfill duties.
He was taken to the hospital on Sunday after coronavirus symptoms persisted for 10 days.
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Boris Johnson, 55, was admitted to hospital for tests after he continued to display "persistent" symptoms of COVID-19, his office said.
A spokesperson from 10 Downing Street said the prime minister has been admitted to a hospital Sunday night for tests.
In both cases there is a curve that must be flattened in order to avoid the worst outcomes, and in both cases disinformation is readily ramped up and must be countered.
"He was put on a ventilator and then put into an induced coma but sadly died yesterday morning," a statement from the family read.
A driver made a 220-mile round trip across the U.K. to collect some windows he bought for $18 on eBay, despite the current coronavirus lockdown.
The prime minister said in a statement that he would continue to lead his government's response to the COVID-19 pandemic by video conference.
"From this evening, I must give the British people a very simple instruction," Johnson said. "You must stay at home."
I cannot remember in my lifetime such concern about a public health matter in the UK. But our prime minister is merely reacting to events instead of showing leadership.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said the public must "make up their own minds" about the greeting, adding that washing hands is "the crucial thing."
Duke of Sussex and British prime minster both attended the UK-Africa Investment Summit in London.
"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.