Boris Johnson


  • Britain seeks 'urgent' talks with Europe to tackle Channel migrant crisis 2021-11-28 19:11

    Britain seeks 'urgent' talks with Europe to tackle Channel migrant crisis

    Britain's government on Sunday announced plans for its own talks on the Channel migration crisis with European ministers this week as it was frozen out of a crisis meeting in France.

  • Blame game after asylum seekers perish at sea 2021-11-26 18:45

    Blame game after asylum seekers perish at sea

    TEHRAN - Soon after at least 27 people, including a number of pregnant women and three children drowned to death trying to cross the Channel in an inflatable dinghy; instead of focusing on the root cause of this problem, British and French leaders have traded accusations on who is to blame for what is the deadliest incident since the current migration crisis to Europe began.

  • British government embroiled in corruption scandals 2021-11-14 18:40

    British government embroiled in corruption scandals

    TEHRAN - In recent days, the British Premier Boris Johnson and his ruling Conservative Party have been caught up in a number of corruption scandals ranging from controversial lobbying to second jobs outside parliament and the Prime Minister's own financial affairs all being in the spotlight.

  • UK police wounded in anti-capitalist rallies 2021-11-06 18:27

    UK police wounded in anti-capitalist rallies

    TEHRAN - Anti-establishment protesters have poured their anger onto the streets of the British capital during a traditional annual event marking bonfire night. The unrest in London included clashes and street battles with police that left at least eight officers needing medical treatment for injuries they sustained.

  • France, UK step up war of words 2021-11-01 16:02

    France, UK step up war of words

    TEHRAN - Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson has refused to rule out triggering trade dispute action next week in a bitter fishing row with Paris, while French President Emmanuel Macron has told Johnson to “respect the rules.” Macron also went further to question Britain's "credibility.”

  • UK factories suffer as concern rises over inflation 2021-10-24 19:54

    UK factories suffer as concern rises over inflation

    TEHRAN - A survey by the Confederation of British Industry has shown UK manufacturers are struggling with their worst supply chain shortages since the mid 1970s. Fears are now growing in the sector over the financial fallout of rising costs and a lack of materials on the backdrop of Brexit and the coronavirus.

  • UK fuel crisis 2021-10-04 18:33

    Gas Lights Are Blinking: UK Fuel Crisis Is Getting Worse

    TEHRAN - An industry boss has issued a stark warning about Britain's fuel crisis, saying the problem is getting worse in some regions as queues outside petrol stations caused gridlocked traffic for the second consecutive weekend.

  • Brexit is propelling Britain towards the door marked 'failed state' 2021-10-04 18:32

    Brexit is propelling Britain towards the door marked 'failed state'

    By John Wight

    Energy crisis, empty supermarket shelves, labour shortage, widespread and deepening poverty, increasingly poor relations with neighbouring countries, failure to achieve bilateral trade deals, moral panic over refugees and migrants in general. No, this isn’t the plight of a country in the Global South, lacking the benefits of a developed economy, this is the UK now, today.

  • UK FUEL CRISIS 2021-10-02 20:40

    Britain to deploy army amid fuel crisis

    TEHRAN - Despite reassuring the public that the fuel crisis is easing, Britain will start deploying the military from Monday to deliver fuel to petrol stations, many of which are still dry after a chaotic week grappling with a fuel supply shortage. The government has urged the public not to panic, but that is exactly what has happened; panic-buying, fights at gas pumps, and drivers hoarding petrol in water bottles.

  • UK 2021-10-01 21:13

    Let’s Talk about Power

    TEHRAN — With the winter season arriving, the United Kingdom is now struggling with an immense fuel shortage crisis. Long lines are snaking down streets across the UK as drivers struggle to fill up their cars, causing widespread traffic misery and worries over whether the emergency services can do their work.

  • Jake Sullivan UAE 2021-09-29 20:41

    Trust Issues

    TEHRAN — Jake Sullivan, the United States National Security Advisor, has started a tour of certain Middle Eastern countries. He arrived in the UAEA on September 27. The American mainstream media tries to portray the agenda of the trip is focused on Iran and Yemen, but it is really the case!

  • AUKUS 2021-09-27 20:38

    Decoding IAEA silence over clear violation of NPT in AUKUS pact

    TEHRAN — The AUKUS pact, with all its controversies, has turned all eyes on three world powers and an international body: The United States, United Kingdom, France, and United Nations nuclear watchdog, the International Atomic Energy Agency.

  • Gharibabadi 2021-09-24 20:52

    Iran hits out at U.S., Britain over AUKUS deal

    ‘The U.S. and the UK have put the issues of non-proliferation and disarmament at risk’

    TEHRAN - Iran’s permanent ambassador to Vienna-based international organizations has lashed out at the U.S. and UK for adopting nuclear double standards amid a decision to help Australia get its first nuclear-powered submarine under a deal known as AUKUS.

  • Blinken AUKUS 2021-09-18 21:57

    The "Francophone", "Francophile" who stabbed France in the back

    TEHRAN — In an article published on November 23, 2020 on the Politico website titled “9 things to know about Antony Blinken, the next U.S. secretary of state”, Blinken was projected as a man with no flaws.

  • AUKUS 2021-09-17 21:33

    U.S. couldn’t care less about EU: Will Europe learn the lesson?

    TEHRAN — “Through AUKUS, our governments will strengthen the ability of each to support our security and defense interests, building on our longstanding and ongoing bilateral ties. We will promote deeper information and technology sharing. We will foster deeper integration of security and defense-related science, technology, industrial bases, and supply chains. And in particular, we will significantly deepen cooperation on a range of security and defense capabilities.

  • بوریس جانسون 2020-10-19 23:09

    Johnson to ‘resign in spring because his £150,000 salary is too low’

    Boris Johnson is reportedly intending to resign next spring because he thinks his salary is too low, Tory MPs have claimed. 

  • Boris Johnson 2020-01-21 10:31

    * By Mohammad Ghaderi

    Why did Britain boycott Hezbollah?

    TEHRAN - The British Treasury, which had previously listed the military wing of Hezbollah as Terrorist, expanded the scope of its asset-freezing measures against the movement.

  • Hassan Rouhani 2020-01-10 19:26

    Rouhani to Johnson: There had been no security in London without Gen. Soleimani’s efforts

    TEHRAN – Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said on Thursday that London would not have been secure if it had not been for Lieutenant General Qassem Soleimani’s relentless campaign against terrorists in Iraq and Syria.

  • JCPOA 2020-01-06 21:11

    E3 states urge Iran to reverse its JCPOA decision

    TEHRAN – Iran issued a statement on Sunday announcing suspension of all limits under the 2015 nuclear deal, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, in its fifth and final step in reducing commitments.

  • Boris Johnson 2019-12-16 11:16

    By Martin Love

    Boris Johnson: An unhealthy choice anywhere

    NORTH CAROLINA - British voters know not what they did in elevating the Tories to their biggest victory in decades, and in defeating the Labor party and eliminating a humble, good man – Jeremy Corbyn – from a further role in politics. The voters know not what they did focusing far too much on demands that the country leave the EU, which the winner, Boris Johnson, has pledged to execute early in 2020 while at the same time Labor waffled amid suggestions of holding another referendum on Brexit.

  • Boris Johnson 2019-12-14 11:28

    By Hanif Ghafari

    The original game in UK has just started !

    The British Conservative Party finally won the House of Representatives by winning 364 seats. Many analysts believe that Boris Johnson's victory in the election means solving the riddle of Britain's exit from the EU. Some believe the British prime minister will leave the EU by the end of January 2020 (less than two months later) on his own accord. Essentially one of the reasons why British public opinion favored the Conservative Party and Boris Johnson was their desire for agreement with the European Union. But the key question is, is this equation easily formed?

  • UK Elections 2019-12-06 11:05

    By saeed sobhani

    Political ambiguity in London

    Who wins the UK election?

    TEHRAN-The UK general election is being held as many polls show the Conservative Party over the Labor Party. However, many political analysts believe that, as of now, Boris Johnson cannot be considered the definitive winner of the UK general election. Here's a look at some of the latest news and analysis on the UK general election:

  • Johnson and Raab 2019-09-27 14:15

    By Hamid Bayati

    A look at London’s suspicious positions on Iran and Aramco

    Johnson and Raab new Arabian puppets

    Recent statements by the British prime minister and foreign secretary indicate that London demote itself to the position of an agent by accepting a new mission, and has begun a suspicious scenario against Iran. Britain, hostility of which to Iranian people is historically proven, has shown that it seizes any opportunity to hit Iran. Following the September 14 attacks on the Aramco oil facilities by Yemenis, Britain launched a new campaign against Iran.

  • Hassan Rouhani 2019-09-25 17:16

    Rouhani says E3’s statement on Aramco attacks is counterproductive

    Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said on Tuesday that a statement issued by the E3 countries - Britain, Germany and France - is not constructive and useful.

  • ‘Britain should stop selling arms to Saudis instead of accusing Iran’ 2019-09-23 23:37

    ‘Britain should stop selling arms to Saudis instead of accusing Iran’

    TEHRAN – Tehran says London should stop selling arms to Saudi Arabia instead of accusing the Islamic Republic of being responsible for attacks on the Saudi oil facilities.

  • Boris Johnson 2019-09-17 14:08

    By Saeed Sobhani

    A third conservative victim is on the way

    Boris Johnson at a dead end

    The British Prime Minister is in a difficult situation. Boris Johnson has lost the power to concentrate and manage on the issue of his country leaving the EU. Many parliamentarians, on the other hand, are looking at the controversial new British prime minister.

  • Boris Johnson 2019-09-06 19:29

    Britain rejects to take tough stance on Iran as Netanyahu meets Johnson

    TEHRAN – Downing Street on Thursday appeared to reject Israeli calls for Britain to take a harder line against Iran, despite Tehran warning it will continue to reduce its commitment to the 2015 nuclear deal this weekend.   

  • Boris Johnson 2019-09-01 11:50

    By Saeed Sobhani

    Death of Democracy in UK

    British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's suspension has led to deep divisions among citizens.Some British citizens express their support for Johnson, while others are furious. Undoubtedly Britain's challenges to exit the EU will continue, even if it does. Many analysts believe that London will be at war with the effects of this phenomenon for at least ten years.

  • Queen & Johnson 2019-08-31 12:05

    Dictatorship Stick on democracy

    TEHRAN- Following a request from British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Queen Elizabeth II has prorogued the U.K.’s Parliament—temporarily shutting down the United Kingdom’s deliberative body just weeks before the deadline for a no-deal Brexit hits. 

  • Bolton - Johnson 2019-08-17 14:05

    By Saeed Sobhani 

    Johnson's dangerous decision 

    Will Washington fool London again?

    A recent visit by US National Security Adviser John Bolton and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Britain's exit from the European Union showed clearly that Washington was trying to impose some of its demands on London. This is something that Boris Johnson will probably agree with. Better yet, London will once again become a victim of US policies in the international system.