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10 June 1921 to 9 April 2021
Writing in The Daily Telegraph the Foreign Secretary welcomed the change that will allow an independent body to attribute responsibility for chemical attacks in Syria.
Writing in The Times, the Foreign Secretary says that a new global consensus, driven by UK leadership, is emerging that buying or selling ivory is unacceptable.
Writing in the Sunday Times, the Foreign Secretary examines the facts in the poisoning of Sergei and Yulia Skripal in the Salisbury attack.
Writing in the Irish Times, the Foreign Secretary says Britain’s looming exit from the EU does not amount to cold-shouldering Ireland.
Writing in The Times, the Foreign Secretary explains how Britain's partners came together to expel over 100 Russian officials following the Salisbury attack.
In an opinion piece published in European media, the Foreign Secretary marks 4 years since the events which led to the illegal annexation of Crimea.
In an opinion piece published in the Times, the Foreign Secretary looks ahead to the visit to the UK by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
Writing in the Washington Post following the Salisbury attack, the Foreign Secretary sets out Russia's threat to the architecture of global security.
The Foreign Secretary writes in the Evening Standard that he will use Foreign Office diplomatic muscle to get the world’s poorest girls 12 years of quality education.
Writing in the Sunday Telegraph, the Foreign Secretary explains why the airstrikes on Asad's regime were rational, proportionate and justifiable.
Writing in The Evening Standard, the Foreign Secretary pays tribute to British diplomats who took action to help Jewish people before and during the Holocaust.
Writing for PoliticsHome, the Foreign Secretary looks at how providing girls with 12 years of quality education can help solve the world's intractable problems.
Writing in outlets around the world, the Foreign Secretary calls on the international community to strengthen and protect the global ban on chemical weapons use.
Writing in the Telegraph. the Foreign Secretary looks at disruptive behaviour from the Russian State relating to the Russian election and the Salisbury attack.
Writing in The Sunday Express, the Foreign Secretary celebrates our shared values and looks ahead to opportunities at the London Commonwealth Summit in April.
The Foreign Secretary writes in the Telegraph about his recent trip to Latin America, and the unique opportunities the region presents for the UK.
Writing in the Daily Mail Online, the Foreign Secretary explains how the UK government is helping people affected by Hurricane Irma.
Writing in The Telegraph, the Foreign Secretary says that the path to a legitimate government now lies open if Zimbabwe can commit to free and fair elections.
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson's article published in today's Daily Telegraph ahead of the centenary of the Balfour Declaration on 2 November 2017.
Writing in The Sun newspaper, the Foreign Secretary highlights cooperation between the UK and Russia ahead of the World Cup and continued concerns for the Kremlin's behaviour in Europe and around the world
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