He merely glanced, frowned uninterestedly, and returned to his discussion
The Tory leadership hopeful talks Brexit, preparing for no deal now and how to beat Jeremy Corbyn
Let’s check in on Britain’s answer to Trump
Like Trump, he is driving his enemies mad
All the commentary about Boris’s unsuitable character sounds a lot like sour acceptance of the inevitable
‘I cannot swear I’ve always observed a top speed-limit of 70 mph’
Johnson believes in the advance of Johnson. That’s all there is
Competition drives up standards. Rory Stewart has, for example, made the other candidates better on social media
The former Foreign Secretary is currently between wives
On the American side, officials are standing by to organize a rendezvous
If Boris Johnson looked a shoo-in before last night’s results, he’s been promoted to whatever is more shoo than that
Britain needs a leader who can cheer the country up
The former Foreign Secretary is the man to beat
The next PM will have promised the electorate something that she or he is quite unable to deliver
Narendra Modi is soaking the country in stories of soldierly virtues
The politicians I’ve spent my adult life talking to, writing about and often defending, have failed in their first responsibility: to tell people the truth
The only way to change the policy is to change the person
We have encountered a new kind of predatory censorship
‘Meaningless and unhelpful’: The Times is making it up about Brexit — again
‘The last thing we want is for us, the Brits, having made a momentous decision, to be drawn back into the tractor beam of Brussels.’
Behind the bid to stop Brexit lies a sense of clarity
The diary of the former British Foreign Secretary.
Now that the President has made his decision, it is Boris Johnson and his counterparts who are going to have to work out what they want to save and what they want to do.
Despite the high-profile visits of recent weeks, it's the American influence of Bolton that has won out.