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The inconvenient truth about ‘sir’ Geoffrey Boycott

Beating up a woman is no impediment to knighthood

Brexit is a ‘massive economic opportunity’: PM Johnson

In a speech in Manchester where he pledged new investment in Leave-voting areas, Johnson promised to step up negotiations on post-Brexit trade deals

Britain’s Johnson rejects ‘unacceptable’ Brexit deal

In his debut in Parliament, the former London mayor urged EU leaders to rethink their opposition to renegotiating the deal

Theresa May: A legacy sunk by Brexit

The Conservative premier's turbulent time in office was swamped and ultimately sunk by her legacy-defining battle to secure a Brexit divorce deal

UK PM contender Johnson’s biggest controversies

Here are some of the most contentious episodes in the life of the 55-year-old former foreign secretary and London mayor

Final hours of voting in race to become British PM

The result will be announced on Tuesday

Trump hits out at May after leak of damning cables

London has been scrambling to stem the damage caused by the weekend release of confidential telegrams

The G20 needs more women

Clearly the problem lies not in the G20 per se but in its member nations

Larger than life: Britain’s Boris Johnson

The former foreign minister has dismissed questions about his competence and populist rhetoric with a pitch to take Britain out of the European Union

Beating Boris: Race to replace UK’s May kicks off

Ten Conservative MPs gathered enough support to qualify by Monday's deadline for the race to replace May

Drugs and Brexit: Race to replace UK’s May under way

Eleven candidates have set their sights on replacing May, who quit as the prime minister over her failure to take Britain out of the EU on time

Boris Johnson launches campaign to become next British PM

After pulling out of the race in 2016, Johnson has launched a campaign to replace Theresa May

UK PM frontrunner dragged to court for lying

Boris Johnson - who is running to replace Theresa May - faces court hearing for Brexit 'lies'

Here’s where it all went wrong for Theresa May

Theresa May's resilience has been remarkable. But it is also finite

British PM May announces resignation in emotional speech

The resignation will signal the formal start of a leadership contest during which May would remain as caretaker prime minister

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