Johnson welcomes Pompeo in Downing Street garden | AFP

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson welcomes Mike Pompeo to Downing Street, sitting down with the US Secretary of State in No. 10’s garden.

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Johnson announces easing of quarantine for visitors from certain countries | AFP

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson announces that England is changing its quarantine rules for travellers, so that only those arrivals who are from countries where the coronavirus is ‘not yet under control’ will have to self-isolate for two weeks. SOUNDBITE

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ShowBiz Minute: Hughley; Johnson; Cobain

Comedian DL Hughley COVID-19 positive after fainting onstage; Shakira, Dwayne Johnson highlight coronavirus equity concert; Cobain ‘MTV Unplugged’ guitar sells for sky-high $6 million. (22 June)

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Here are the top stories for Thursday, June 18th: US political leaders praise DACA decision; GOP blocks Democrats effort to remove Confederate statues; UK Prime Minister Johnson meets President Macron in London; Jean Kennedy Smith dead at 92 (June 18)

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UK PM’s top aide Cummings defies calls to resign | AFP

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s top aide Dominic Cummings defies calls to resign over allegations that he broke coronavirus rules and undermined the government’s response to the health crisis. Cummings did not apologise for his behaviour but did express regret for not asking Johnson — himself already hospitalised for COVID-19 — for permission to travel during the most restrictive phase of the lockdown.

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PM Johnson says Britain could reopen non-essential retail on June 15 | AFP

Prime Minister Boris Johnson says that Britain could reopen all non-essential retail stores on June 15 if the coronavirus remains contained. IMAGES

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Britain’s Johnson backs embattled advisor Cummings | AFP

British PM Boris Johnson expresses reiterates his support for top aide Dominic Cummings after allegations he had breached coronavirus lockdown rules for a second time. SOUNDBITE

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UK ‘past the peak’ of coronavirus outbreak: PM Johnson | AFP

Britain is “past the peak” of its coronavirus outbreak, Prime Minister Boris Johnson says during a press conference, despite recording another 674 deaths in the last 24 hours, taking the toll to 26,711. SOUNDBITE

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Boris Johnson: We are beginning to turn the tide

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson says lifting the nationwide coronavirus lockdown too soon would allow a new spike of infections. Johnson returned to work Monday after three weeks off sick with the virus. (April 27)

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UK PM Johnson returns to Downing St, says ‘we’re beginning to turn tide’ | AFP

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson, making his first public appearance in nearly a month after contracting COVID-19 and being treated in intensive care, says that, without wishing to ‘minimise the continuing problems we face’, the United Kingdom is ‘beginning to turn the tide’ in the fight against coronavirus.

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British PM remains in intensive care but his condition is improving (Finance minister) | AFP

British Finance minister Rishi Sunak says that the Prime minister Boris Johnson, hospitalised since Sunday with COVID-19, remains in intensive care where his condition is “improving”. He also adds, during Downing Street daily press conference, that Johnson is “engaging positively with the clinical team”. IMAGES

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Coronavirus: St Thomas’ Hospital where UK PM Johnson begins third day in ICU | AFP

Images show the scene outside St Thomas’ Hospital in London where British Prime minister Boris Johnson is in intensive care. Johnson began a third day in intensive care battling the coronavirus, which has struck at the heart of the British government, infected more than 55,000 people across the country and killed nearly 6,200. IMAGES

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Acting UK PM: Boris Johnson ‘breathing without any assistance’ | AFP

Dominic Raab, the British Foreign Secretary who has been delegated to act as acting Prime Minister by Boris Johnson while he is treated in intensive care for coronavirus, says Johnson ‘remained stable overnight’ and is ‘breathing without any assistance’. SOUNDBITE from Dominic Raab

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Coronavirus: St Thomas’ Hospital where UK PM Boris Johnson is in ICU | AFP

Images show the scene outside St Thomas’ Hospital in London where British Prime minister Boris Johnson is in intensive care. Johnson spent the night in the ICU with a deteriorating case of coronavirus and has been given oxygen but is not on a ventilator, according to a government minister. IMAGES

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British PM Boris Johnson in intensive care: Foreign secretary | AFP

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is in intensive care after his condition worsened on Monday, Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said, adding he will stand in for Johnson “where necessary”. The 55-year-old prime minister was diagnosed with coronavirus on March 27 and moved to a London hospital on Sunday for tests.

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Trump wishes ‘friend’ Johnson well, says US ‘praying for his recovery’ | AFP

US President Donald Trump sends his best wishes British Prime Minister and “friend” Boris Johnson, says Americans are “all praying for his recovery.” SOUNDBITE

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Trump: US praying for Johnson amid hospitalization

President Donald Trump is sending well wishes to British Prime Minister Boris Johnson after news broke earlier Sunday that he had been admitted to a hospital with the new coronavirus. (April 5)

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Here’s the latest for Friday, March 27th: House passes $2.2T rescue package, rushes it to Trump; British Prime Minister Johnson tests positive for virus; USS Roosevelt hit hard by virus; Some leaders are hailing a potential virus test breakthrough.

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Today in History for March 15th

Highlights of Today in History: Julius Caesar assassinated in Rome; Johnson urges passage of Voting Rights Act; Worldcom CEO Bernard Ebbers convicted of fraud; Elizabeth Taylor marries Richard Burton; “My Fair Lady” debuts on Broadway. (March 15)

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“Many more families will lose loved ones” to coronavirus, says Britain’s Johnson | AFP

“Many more families will lose loved ones” as the number of cases of coronavirus continues to grow in the United King dom, says British Prime Minister Boris Johnson. SOUNDBITE

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Johnson: ‘Naive and juvenile’ anti-Americans should ‘grow up’

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson says rebuilding full trade relationships with the United States and other countries outside the EU carries enormous opportunities for post-Brexit Britain. Speaking in Greenwich, London, Johnson said the U.K.wants to have a “thriving trade and economic relationship” with the European Union, and be at the forefront of global free trade.

Johnson pledges not to ‘undermine EU standards’ post-Brexit | AFP

British Prime minister Boris Johnson says that Britain ‘will not engage in any kind of dumping’ and that the country is not ‘leaving the EU to undermine the EU standards’ as he gives a speech on post-Brexit relations with the European Union in Greenwich. SOUNDBITE

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