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Boris Johnson Tag Archive

Arguing against the government’s new anti-obesity campaign

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Amy Harris outlines her criticism of the government's new anti-obesity initiative ...

The cost of an end to lockdown

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Meg Howe explains why we shouldn't be treating everything as if it's back to normal...

Deal or No Deal: does the EU need the UK?

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Rishikesh Bhuskute invites us to start talking about Brexit again ...

Easing lockdown: how how will the public respond?

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Boris Johnson announced this week that we are leaving national hibernation. However, thousands of people have taken his words too literally and are ‘’taking too many...

‘Either late, or just plain wrong’: The Government Response to COVID-19

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The UK Government’s response to Coronavirus is rather like a night out in Soho. Absurdly late, full of embarrassing stumbles, and causing long-lasting damage. Unfortunately, the...

Has the news cycle been too quick to forget Dominic Cummings?

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Imogen Birkett returns to the Cummings scandal, and asks if we were too fast moving on ...

What does the government’s new coronavirus slogan actually mean?

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Seven weeks into lockdown, just as the nation was acclimatising, Boris Johnson skyrocketed the turbulence among society and the media. The nation’s slogan evaporated, as Boris...

Is Johnson a good leader?

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Faye Navesey reflects on the prime minister's political career, and how well he's been able to handle the pressure...

Keeping an eye on Éire: why is COVID-19’s impact on the UK twice that of the Emerald Isle?

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Lorcan Flahive discusses the difference in COVID-19 death rates between the UK and the Republic of Ireland...

Boris Johnson’s More Personal Battle Against Covid-19

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Our writers discuss Boris Johnson’s admittance to intensive care due to the coronavirus, and what it means for him, and British politics. Alex Walker discusses how battling...