May flew home with Johnson overnight from New York, where they had attended the UN General Assembly, landing at dawn before holding a special cabinet meeting in Downing Street.
PM Theresa May announces UK will 'stop all defense engagement and training of Burmese military'
Foreign Office urges new talks between Iraq’s central Baghdad government and Kurdish Regional Government
PM Theresa May says threat level is upgraded to highest level, meaning attack is expected 'imminently'
Unemployment fell by 75,000 to 1.46 million in the 3 months to July
Legislation on converting EU laws into British ones passes major vote in parliament
Aiden Aslin will face questioning under the U.K.’s Terrorism Act
British minister tells UN's Human Rights Council Myanmar security forces bear 'primary responsibility to protect civilians'
Londoners show support for the Rohingya Muslims at east London Islamic Center
Ambassador Rycroft urges restraint by all parties after mass casualties condemned internationally
'Separation' issues on citizens' future rights, borders need to be resolved says EU chief negotiator
"Labour would seek a transitional deal that maintains the same basic terms that we currently enjoy with the EU," Keir Starmer, the party's Brexit spokesman, wrote in The Observer newspaper on Sunday.
"Both sides must be flexible and willing to compromise when it comes to solving areas where we disagree," the source said.
26-year-old man allegedly reached for sword after stopping in front of police van, police say
Brexit uncertainty being blamed for drop in EU citizens coming to UK
Foreign Secretary Johnson appears to step back from last month's comment when he told European leaders 'to go whistle'
The government also emphasised that current negotiations about the divorce are "inextricably" linked to future trade arrangements and should therefore be discussed at the same time.
Prime Minister Theresa May told 'decisive action' needed on faulty electrical appliances after tower block fires
The 74-year-old left for the British capital on May 7 with his prolonged absence causing tensions back home where calls have grown for him to either return or resign.
'Britain has a problem with British Pakistani men raping and exploiting white girls,' wrote Sarah Champion in article
London Southend Airport remains open despite images showing thick, black smoke