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Location: Western Europe, islands including the northern one-sixth of the island of Ireland between the North Atlantic Ocean and the North Sea, northwest of France
Capital: London
Population: 60,609,153
Independence Day: 10 June
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Currency: British pound (GBP)
Total Area: 244,820 sq km
Languages: English, Welsh, Scottish form of Gaelic
Head of the Government: Prime Minister Boris Johnson (Since 24 July 2019)
Web site: http://www.number10.gov.uk
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'Final year like no other' PM tells school leavers

"This is a final year like no other," said Boris Johnson, in a video message to those who left school during the lockdown. In a rallying cry to those stepping out of school, without any of the usual leavers' rites of passage, the prime minister told them to "rugby tackle that opportunity to the floor". And whether it was reflecting on their lives or his own, he warned school leavers: "There are always going to be people who want to pour a bucket of cold water on your ideas."

News Source:bbc
News Type:News Published date: 13-July-2020
  

British PM Boris Johnson tells country to ‘go back to work’

Get back to work, and that’s an order — according to British Prime Minister Boris Johnson. Johnson wants employers to tell their underlings to return to the office next week as long as it’s safe to do so, the Daily Mail reported Saturday. It’s all to get Britain’s devastated economy, which shrank by 25% over March and April, cranking again. Civil servants should set an example by getting off their couches and back to

News Source:nypost
News Type:News Published date: 12-July-2020
  

'Your efforts have been worth it' - Boris Johnson addresses school leavers during Coronavirus pandemic

In a pre-recorded address to school leavers, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said he "can't wait to see the great new world that you're going to help us to build". In the address published on social media on Friday, the Prime Minister said, speaking to school leavers, "This is a final year like no other. Your last months of school have coincided with the greatest crisis our country has faced since the Second World War." The Prime Minister thanked school leavers for 'doing the right thing' over the

News Source:speakerpolitics
News Type:News Published date: 10-July-2020
  

UK's Prime Minister Boris Johnson on a call to German Chancellor Merkel

Reuters reports that the UK's Prime Minister Boris Johnson discussed with German Chancellor Merkel the global coronavirus response, foreign policy and Britain's future relationship with the EU on Tuesday. "On the future relationship, the prime minister underlined the UK's commitment to working hard to find an early agreement out of the intensified talks process," a Downing Street spokeswoman said.

News Source:fxstreet
News Type:News Published date: 08-July-2020
  

Next generation of London Tube trains should be driverless, says Boris Johnson

The next generation of London Underground trains should be driverless, Boris Johnson has said to stop commuters being "held to ransom" by militant drivers' unions. The Prime Minister said he wanted to make driverless trains a condition of a £1.6 billion bail-out of Transport for London, which has nearly gone bust as demand has collapsed during the coronavirus lockdown. Mr Johnson's comments will be seen as the latest attempts by the Government to push back against transport union attempts

News Source:telegraph.co.uk
News Type:News Published date: 07-July-2020
  
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