Boris Johnson On Radio Today

The Foreign Secretary says Russia has had no role in British elections and referendums, reports Rachel Byrne. Speaking to the Foreign Affairs Committee, Boris Johnson also said extra diplomats were being recruited to “beef up” the UK s influence in the EU after Brexit. You can hear more from Today in .Sorry, this episode is not currently available on BBC iPlayer Radio. A fresh hour Tube strike is due to start on Wednesday following the failure of talks to resolve a dispute between unions and London Underground. We hear the views of Mick Cash, General Secretary of the RMT .The foreign secretary has refused to be drawn on the time scale of the Brexit transition period, saying he won t presuppose what the prime minister is to announce. Boris Johnson went on to say the government was on track to deliver on the promises made to the electorate and that Brexit would mean “a .A Tory MP has called on Boris Johnson to “consider his position” after saying Sirte in Libya would make a great holiday destination if only they could “clear all the dead bo.s away”. Sarah Wollaston MP said the comments were “poorly judged and grossly insensitive”. But the foreign secretary said in a .

  • Boris Johnson On Radio  Today
  • Boris Johnson On Radio  Today
  • Boris Johnson On Radio  Today
  • Boris Johnson On Radio  Today

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