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25 июля, 05:16

UK's Boris Johnson plays down Conservative rift, NZ near top of trade deal queue

WELLINGTON (Reuters) - Britain's Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson on Tuesday appeared to deny there was any infighting within the governing Conservative party during a visit to New Zealand, where he said the country was near the top of the queue for a trade deal post-Brexit.

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25 июля, 03:52

In New Zealand, Johnson parries queries on British politics

British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson brushed aside questions Tuesday in New Zealand about infighting in his Conservative Party and speculation about him making a leadership bid.

24 июля, 19:01

Johnson likens Maori hongi to headbutt

BRITAIN’S gaffe-prone Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson likened a traditional Maori greeting to a headbutt yesterday while visiting indigenous leaders in New Zealand. Johnson began his two-day trip with

24 июля, 14:28

Britain's Boris Johnson jokes about New Zealand greeting

BRITISH Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson joked on his visit to New Zealand on Monday that a traditional Maori greeting could be misinterpreted as a head butt elsewhere. Johnson is visiting the South Pacific

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24 июля, 13:49

Boris Johnson: Hongi greeting could be mistaken in Glasgow pub

The foreign secretary was taught the hongi greeting during his visit to New Zealand.

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24 июля, 13:40

Boris Johnson tries 'hongi' greeting in New Zealand

Mr Johnson thanked locals for teaching him the greeting, in which people touch their noses together

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24 июля, 07:59

Boris Johnson jokes traditional Māori greeting could start Glasgow pub fight

UK foreign secretary is visiting New Zealand for two days as Britain looks to strengthen its ties with its former colony in preparation for BrexitThe British foreign secretary, Boris Johnson, joked on his visit to New Zealand on Monday that a traditional Māori greeting could be misinterpreted as a head butt in other countries.Johnson is visiting the South Pacific nation for two days as Britain looks to strengthen its ties with its former colony amid a broader reshaping of Britain’s global relationships as it prepares to leave the European Union. Topics on the agenda include trade, foreign policy and international security. Continue reading...

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24 июля, 04:18

Britain’s Boris Johnson jokes about New Zealand greeting

British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson joked on his visit to New Zealand on Monday that a traditional Maori greeting could be misinterpreted as a head butt elsewhere.

23 июля, 00:00

Tory members turn to David Davis in battle to succeed Theresa May

Brexit chief is ahead in a party survey but the search is on for a surprise candidateDavid Davis is the preferred choice among Tory members to replace Theresa May as leader, but the race is wide open, according to the most comprehensive measure of party opinion since its disastrous election campaign. Related: I can think of many MPs who could become Tory leader. But not yet Continue reading...

22 июля, 10:41

Министры иностранных дел Японии и Великобритании согласились работать сообща

Кисида заявил, что международный порядок, основанный на системе правил, находится под угрозой из-за ракетной и ядерной программ Северной Кореи, а также из-за ситуации в Восточно-Китайском и Южно-Китайском морях.

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22 июля, 01:10

Johnson welcomes Japanese investment despite Brexit

Japanese investment in the UK has hit a "record high" since last year's shock Brexit vote, British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said Friday. Johnson, a leading campaigner for…

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22 июля, 01:00

Britain's Johnson welcomes Japanese investment despite Brexit

Japanese investment in the UK has hit a "record high" since last year's shock Brexit vote, British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said Friday. Johnson, a leading campaigner for…

21 июля, 10:18

Boris Johnson talks North Korea and Olympics in Tokyo

British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson says the UK stands with Japan on the North Korea issue, and speaks to officials ahead of the 2020 Summer Olympics. No reporter narration. Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe More updates and breaking news: http://smarturl.it/BreakingNews Reuters tells the world's stories like no one else. As the largest international multimedia news provider, Reuters provides coverage around the globe and across topics including business, financial, national, and international news. For over 160 years, Reuters has maintained its reputation for speed, accuracy, and impact while providing exclusives, incisive commentary and forward-looking analysis. http://reuters.com/ https://www.facebook.com/Reuters https://plus.google.com/u/0/s/reuters https://twitter.com/Reuters

21 июля, 09:57

Boris Johnson gives Koike Olympics advice

Britain's Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, London mayor when the city hosted the 2012 Summer Olympics, advised Tokyo Gov Yuriko Koike on Friday to shrug off criticism during the…

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21 июля, 08:31

British foreign secretary supports Japan to stop N. Korea

British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said Friday his country stands “shoulder to shoulder” with Japan in efforts to put an end to North Korea’s nuclear and missile tests.

20 июля, 21:39

Revolutions are for zealots and fools – as the Brexit Bolsheviks will find out | John Harris

Leaving the EU was meant to be Thatcherism’s finale, but could turn out to be its death instead• John Harris is a Guardian columnistThe centenary year of the Russian revolutions of 2017 highlights an accidentally topical question: what do revolutionaries do when they actually get their revolution? The immediate aftermath of the Bolshevik takeover of October 1917, wrote Leon Trotsky, often boiled down to “legislative improvisation”. In his autobiography, My Life, he explained the general idea as follows: “Everything had to proceed from the beginning. There were no ‘precedents’, since history had none to offer … As a rule, matters were brought up for consideration without previous preparation, and almost always as urgent business.” Related: Why Jacob Rees-Mogg for Tory leader is no laughing matter | Michael Segalov Continue reading...

20 июля, 19:01

Copying Wabian2 robot

Britain’s Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson imitates a humanoid robot Wabian2 at the Research Institute for Science and Engineering at Waseda University in Tokyo yesterday. Waseda hopes the robot will make the list of torch runners for the Games. “No kidding!” Johnson said, when told of the plan. Smiling, he walked with the humanoid and also shook hands with it. Johnson is on a three-day visit to Japan and he is set to meet Japanese Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida today.

20 июля, 18:48

Boris Johnson's bionic diplomacy in Japan

Britain's Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson attends Japanese robot demonstration at a university in Tokyo. Rough Cut (no reporter narration). Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe More updates and breaking news: http://smarturl.it/BreakingNews Reuters tells the world's stories like no one else. As the largest international multimedia news provider, Reuters provides coverage around the globe and across topics including business, financial, national, and international news. For over 160 years, Reuters has maintained its reputation for speed, accuracy, and impact while providing exclusives, incisive commentary and forward-looking analysis. http://reuters.com/ https://www.facebook.com/Reuters https://plus.google.com/u/0/s/reuters https://twitter.com/Reuters

20 июля, 15:40

Corbynmania isn’t dangerous – there’s irony in those chants | Rachel Shabi

A marrow-growing, manhole cover enthusiast isn’t exactly cult material. His supporters aren’t blind to Labour’s pitfalls, but fed up with remote, dreary politics• Rachel Shabi is a freelance journalistThe Jeremy Corbyn chant has been declared the unofficial summer anthem of 2017, he’s still pulling crowds around the country and street murals and merchandise bearing his name are everywhere. Corbynmania shows no signs of fading – and for some, this is terrible. From foreign secretary Boris Johnson depicting the Corbyn-cheering thousands at Glastonbury as a brainwashed cult under a spell, to commentators decrying this popularity as a scary cult of personality, the outpouring of enthusiasm for the Labour leader is alternately ridiculed or depicted as dangerous. Related: Now we know what cost Labour in 2015: Ed Miliband didn’t go far enough | Owen Jones Continue reading...

20 июля, 15:39

British foreign secretary in Japan for security, trade talks

British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson mingled with robots on Thursday before meeting with Japanese officials.

01 июля 2016, 17:20

Человек недели: Борис Джонсон

Человеком этой недели, по мнению журнала EUROMAG, стал эксцентричный бывший мэр Лондона Борис Джонсон. На этот раз он удивил всех своим внезапным отказом выдвигаться на пост лидера Консервативной партии и, соответственно, премьер-министра Великобритании. Хотя именно Джонсон был главным претендентом на пост главы государства после победы евроскептиков и последовавшей за ней отставки Кэмерона.

27 июня 2016, 00:49

Brexit и новая сложность

Большинство экспертов прохлопали и Brexit, и восхождение Дональда Трампа только лишь потому, что полагались на старые представления о том, что «неизбежно», а «чего не может быть никогда». Эта беда поправима. Куда хуже будет, если у нас по той же причине не зададутся отношения с США и «Европой наций» после того, как этот богатый на политические события год закончится

24 июня 2016, 22:00

Экономика. Курс дня. Эфир от 24 июня 2016 года

И все-таки победа евроскептиков! Великобритания проголосовала за выход из ЕС. Дэвид Кэмерон уже объявил об отставке. Главный претендент на место премьер-министра теперь - бывший мэр Лондона Борис Джонсон. Возможные последствия Brexit и реакцию рынков на итоги референдума сквозь призму экономики рассматривает ведущий программы "Курс дня" Николай Корженевский.