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Latest intelligence on Russian military buildup 'not encouraging': Boris Johnson
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UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Tuesday that he is not bolstered by the latest intelligence on Russias military buildup around Ukraine and is receiving "mixed signals", CNN reported."We are seeing Russian openness to conversations. On the other hand, the intelligence that we're seeing today is still not encouraging," he said.
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Stakes 'very high' over Ukraine crisis, says Boris Johnson
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Speaking in Brussels, Johnson said he hoped "strong deterrence" and "patient diplomacy" could find a way through the crisis but the stakes were "very high", the BBC reported.
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'50/50' chance Boris Johnson will be forced out
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Elena Narozanski, a member of the Number 10 Policy Unit, resigned on Friday, according to the Conservative Home website. Some senior ministers believe "it feels like the end" after Thursday's exodus amid mounting fears in Downing Street that more staff and even ministers could resign. But the Prime Minister's allies have insisted the shake-up is actually evidence of Johnson "taking charge".
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Putin discusses Moscow's security concerns with Johnson
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Russian President Vladimir Putin has discussed the Ukrainian crisis and Moscow's security proposals with the UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson in a telephone conversation. Both leaders exchanged views on the situation in Ukraine, with Putin drawing attention to Kiev's non-compliance with the 2015 Minsk accords, Xinhua news agency quoted the Kremlin as saying.
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Ukrainian president, British PM meet on security issues
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In a joint statement after their talks, Zelensky and Johnson warned that any further Russian incursion in Ukraine would be a massive strategic mistake and have a stark humanitarian cost, Xinhua news agency reported. The leaders said that Ukraine and Britain agreed to work together to strengthen Ukraine's security and the ability to defend itself. They also expressed their commitment to strengthen Ukraine's energy security and support its efforts toward a green transition.
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Next 24 hours could decide UK PM's future
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He described the report as 'a tissue of nonsense' in response to the leader of the Labour party and of the opposition, Sir Keir Starmer, accusing him of ignoring it and calling him a 'man without shame'. Johnson cowered behind a police inquiry currently underway as a result of the facts unearthed by Grey. May is looked upon as a person who might navigate Johnson's ouster from behind the scene.
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UK PM greets India on Republic Day
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"The UK and India are tied by deep bonds that span through the generations and across some of the greatest modern day challenges we have faced. That is why I want to send my best wishes on behalf of the United Kingdom to the people of India, and to all the British Indians in the UK, on India's Republic Day."
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UK PM welcomes police probe into Downing Street lockdown parties
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Johnson faced calls to resign from opposition politicians during an urgent debate on Tuesday following the announcement by the Commissioner of London's Metropolitan Police, Cressida Dick, that a police investigation has been launched into "a number of events that took place at Downing Street and Whitehall in the last two years in relation to potential breaches of Covid-19."
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UK PM shoots down easing of immigration rules for Indians
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Negotiations on an Indo-British FTA are scheduled to begin this month. Sir Edward Leigh, a right-wing Conservative party MP, concerned about reports that Britain was contemplating making such a concession, asked in the House of Commons: "Apparently, the government are thinking of relaxing visa controls for India in order to get a free trade deal. While a free trade deal is valuable in itself, we should not be held to ransom.
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UK PM plans to 'ride out' Omicron wave with no more curbs
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He, however, acknowledged parts of the NHS would feel "temporarily overwhelmed" amid a surge of Omicron cases, the BBC reported on Tuesday. The Prime Minister said there was a "good chance" he would not impose fresh measures and would recommend continuing the government's "Plan B" strategy in England to ministers on Wednesday. He also announced plans for 100,000 critical workers to take daily tests.
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