Boris Johnson went back to work and asks the British people for patience

Boris Johnson went back to work and asks the British people for patience

The prime minister wants people to keep confined in order to avoid new waves of infections because of this “restraint of impatience”.

Boris Johnson, infected with Covid-19 virus, was speaking at the door of the official residence in Downing Street, to where he returned this Sunday, after having been in treatment outside London for two weeks. To the British people, he asked to “contain impatience, in order to avoid the economic disaster that a second wave of the pandemic could represent”…

Boris Johnson hospitalized for further exams

Boris Johnson hospitalized for further exams

British Prime Minister continues to show persistent symptoms of covid-19.

English Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who tested positive for the new coronavirus ten days ago, was hospitalized yesterday for further tests.
“On the advice of his doctor, the prime minister was admitted to the hospital for tests”, the Downing Street spokesman said in a statement, adding that it was a “precautionary measure”.
Boris Johnson, 55, said he had tested positive for the new coronavirus on March 27 and has since remained isolated at his official London residence…

UK anticipates ban on gasoline and diesel vehicles to 2035

UK anticipates ban on gasoline and diesel vehicles to 2035

Measure anticipates the previously established term by five years.

The UK plans to ban the sale of new petrol and diesel vehicles until 2035, in an attempt to accelerate the reduction of carbon emissions and combat climate change, announced British Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

The measure anticipates the deadline previously set, up to 2040, by five years, including automobiles and vans and, for the first time, hybrid vehicles that combine fuels that generate emissions with clean technologies.

Brexit: British Parliament Approves Boris Johnson Plan

Brexit: British Parliament Approves Boris Johnson Plan

Conservative majority House of Commons passes Brexit law with 358 votes in favor.

The bill, which sets out the legal framework under for Brexit and implements the agreement negotiated with the European Union, was approved on the 20th of December with 358 votes in favor and 234 against. The vote came as no surprise, since after the last elections the Conservative party won an absolute parliamentary majority.

Brexit: what will happen after sealing a deal?

Brexit: what will happen after sealing a deal?

Boris Johnson tries to get majority in Parliament to approve THE document. Brussels is apprehensive about the possible rejection in the British Parliament.

The uncertainty surrounding Brexit process is not over, even after the agreement reached between the European Union and the United Kingdom. After a day of gains, the stock markets have agreed to fall slightly, with investors expecting the British parliament vote on this understanding. The agreement is going to be voted in the British Parliament tomorrow and the outlook is at least uncertain.