Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson, better known as Boris Johnson, is a British politician, journalist and popular historian. He has been the Member of Parliament for Uxbridge and South Ruislip since 2015.
The United Kingdom has registered a record daily increase in the COVID-19 death toll for the fifth day in a row, as 708 more people have died after testing positive for the disease, the country's Department of Health and Social Care reported on Saturday.
UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock has said it was "perfectly possible" that the deadliest day of the coronavirus pandemic in the country will take place on Easter Sunday, with the potential of around a thousand deaths every 24 hours until then, a media report said.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson was still showing symptoms of coronavirus the day before his seven-day quarantine period was supposed to end, Downing Street has confirmed.
Testing was the solution to "unlock the puzzle" of the novel coronavirus, said the UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who was currently in self-isolation after contracting the disease which has infected 29,865 people and killed 2,357 others in the country.
It has been a 'sad, sad day', said United Kingdom Prime Minister Boris Johnson after the UK reported the biggest daily death toll of the coronavirus crisis on Wednesday.
Angered by China's "disinformation, lies and mishandling" of the coronavirus crisis, several top aides of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson have urged the Prime Minister to "redraw" diplomatic ties with the communist nation.
The number of people who have died after testing positive for the novel coronavirus in the United Kingdom rose to 1,228 on Sunday, an increase of 209, as per the latest figures.
Cabinet Minister of the UK government, Michael Gove on Sunday said that the people should be prepared for a "significant period' of lockdown to curb the spread of the coronavirus.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is facing a renewed pressure from his Cabinet Ministers to block the deal with the Chinese technology giant Huawei to build vast swathes of Britain's 5G network since Beijing falsely blamed the United States army delegation for bringing the coronavirus crisis to Wuhan, the epicentre of the virus outbreak, The Daily Mail has reported.