“I apologised immediately, …and I shouldn’t have said that,” he confesses after he is told he is not JFK, he is more Michael Palin.
“Nothing will change” after 31 January, and it will be “very difficult” to secure a trade deal by the end of 2020, she says.
She says discussions are taking place, but Sunday Times article is not accurate.
“People need to take their heads out of the sand”…and rid the party of the “cancer” of antisemitism.
He says his gut feeling is that the controversial rail project will be given green light.
The Deputy Speaker, Nigel Evans, makes the historic announcement to the House of Commons.
“Labour just want to keep people in the welfare trap. We want to help people into fantastic jobs.”
The International Development Secretary won’t be drawn on the Prime Minister’s previous comments on his budget or his Department.
She responds to a report in the Sunday Times that Jeremy Corbyn has nominated his former chief of staff Karie Murphy for a peerage.
She says that she’s open to the conversation because the full-on prohibition of illegal drugs isn’t working.
PMQs – “It’s now been almost three years since the government promised a green paper on social care… What’s the hold-up?”
“I don’t want, as UK prime minister, to put in any infrastructure that is going to prejudice our national security.”
“The most important thing now is that tensions in the region calm down…let’s dial this thing down.”
Asked about the future of Flybe, the Prime Minister adds he does “want to ensure regional connectivity”.
“The greatest trial that all human beings have to confront is that of death. How to accept the fact that I will die.”
They meet in the library of America’s first accredited Muslim college to discuss conservatism.
A Danube Institute talk on music for the students of the Ferenc Liszt Music Academy, Budapest.
“That is what the past really is for one: that great depth of inheritance that can’t be enumerated but just enjoyed.”
From a 2016 debate on whether Britain should leave the EU before the referendum took place.
With D.C. Schindler and John F. Crosby – a lecture at the Catholic University of America.
He argues that conservatism is far better suited to tackle environmental problems than either liberalism or socialism.
An interview with Sir Roger for the Hoover Institution for its Uncommon Knowledge Series.
“It was disastrous for us to go into a general election in those circumstances.”
It will come out “in due course” when new select committee chair is selected, he says.
“They used it…to divide our communities and divide our country.”
“We are fed-up of the Westminster bubble. We have got to shift power and wealth into our communities.”
“I think most reasonable people would accept that the United States has the right to protect its bases and its personnel,” declares Johnson.
Johnson is “scared to stand up to President Trump” over the US assassination of Soleimani.
“He was not an advocate of a more peaceful and prosperous Middle East.”
“We understand the position and the action they’ve taken…the operational assessment was undertaken by the Americans.”