ANALYSIS: Boris Johnson has pushed Tory MPs' patience to breaking point - PoliticsHome.com

After two days of morbid self-analysis punctuated by uninspiring podium speeches, the Foreign Secretary gave the Tory rank-and-file a timely reminder that they had, in fact, won the general election. It wasn't the best speech of his political career ...

UK foreign minister causes offence with Libya remarks - BBC News

The UK's Foreign Minister Boris Johnson provoked anger, by suggesting that the town of Sirte in Libya could become a new Dubai adding, 'all they have to do is clear the dead bodies away'. Guma El-Gamaty is leader of the Taghyeer Party and a member of ...

PM to 'echo' chastising of Boris Johnson after Libya gaffe - Greenock Telegraph

Downing Street has rebuked Boris Johnson over his latest gaffe, branding his comments about clearing bodies from a Libyan city inappropriate. A Number 10 source said Prime Minister Theresa May would “echo” the public slap-down by her effective deputy ...

Boris Johnson faces calls to resign - gulfnews.com

LONDON: British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson faced calls to resign on Wednesday after he said that a Libyan city could become the next Dubai once they “clear the dead bodies away”. Speaking at an evening fringe event at the Conservative Party ...

Boris Johnson 'dishonours memory' of fallen anti-IS fighters: Libyan politicians - Middle East Eye

Libyan politicians have accused Boris Johnson of dishonouring the memory of anti-Islamic State fighters after he said the Libyan city of Sirte could be the new Dubai, adding, "all they have to do is clear the dead bodies away". The British Foreign ...

The horror in Sirte is no joke - hundreds of Libyan troops gave their lives to battle Isil there - Telegraph.co.uk

Boris Johnson, the Foreign Secretary, has come under fire for saying Libya could become a magnet for tourists and investors - if it can "clear the dead bodies away" first. "They have got a brilliant vision to turn Sirte into the next Dubai," he told ...

'Boris must be sacked': UK foreign secretary slammed for Libya 'dead bodies' remark - GCR

UK prime minister Theresa May has faced calls from her own MPs to sack her foreign secretary Boris Johnson after he joked that the war-devastated Libyan city of Sirte (pictured) could be the “next Dubai” if only they could “clear the dead bodies away”.

Boris Johnson slammed by top Tories over Libya 'dead bodies' comments - Alive For Football

Johnson claimed his critics had "no knowledge or understanding of Libya" and accused them of playing politics, the Guardian reported. "He does not represent my party". He said on Twitter that Britain "played a key role in reconstruction" and he had ...

You Don't Understand Libya: Boris Rebuffs Critics Over 'Dead Bodies' Remark - Sputnik International

Gaffe-prone Boris Johnson has brushed off calls for him to be sacked as UK Foreign Secretary over remarks about Libya's tourism potential and the need to clear away the "dead bodies" to fulfill it. Johnson's latest high-profile blunder came during a ...

UK's gaffe-prone Boris Johnson has another zinger. About Libya's 'dead bodies' - USA TODAY

LONDON — Britain's gaffe-prone, classical-allusion spouting foreign minister, Boris Johnson, faced calls to resign Wednesday for saying the violence-torn Libyan city Sirte could become a tourism hub similar to Dubai once it cleared "the dead bodies ...

Johnson criticized for his provocative remarks about Libya - Press TV

British Foreign Minister Boris Johnson has come under fire for saying that the Libyan city of Sirte could be a tourist site should it clear the dead bodies. Johnson made the provocative remarks in a side meeting at the Conservative Party conference in ...

Libya hits back at Johnson's 'cruel' dead bodies remark - The Times

Libyans have reacted with anger at Boris Johnson's comments about “dead bodies” standing in the way of one of their cities becoming the next Dubai. Salah Subhi, an influential member of the Benghazi parliament, warned that Britain could lose out on ...

UK Foreign Secretary under fire over Libya 'dead bodies' gaffe - Daijiworld.com

London, Oct 4 (IANS): British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has come under fire for saying Libya could be the new Dubai if it can "clear the dead bodies away". Johnson's comments at a Conservative conference fringe meeting on Tuesday sparked anger, ...

Theresa May tells Tories 'I am sorry' for the election failure - Business Insider

Theresa May says 'I am sorry' for general election result in speech to Conservative Party conference. Prime minister admits her campaign was 'too scripted, too presidential.' May orders colleagues to 'shape up' and stop concentrating on their own careers.

Boorish Boris: Johnson's Libya joke is proof he cannot do his job - The Guardian

'Crass, poorly judged and grossly insensitive' … Boris Johnson and Libyan foreign minister Mohamed Taha Siala in Tripoli this August. Photograph: Ben Birchall/PA. Boris Johnson · First thoughts ...

Boris Johnson jokes Libyan city can be 'next Dubai' once it clears up 'dead bodies' - RT

Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has tipped a Libyan city to be the “next Dubai” – so long as it can rid itself of the “dead bodies.” The hideous comments were made – by a laughing Johnson – at a Conservative Party Conference fringe event this week, ...

Libyan city can become next Dubai once they 'clear dead bodies away' - Newburgh Gazette

The foreign secretary's comments at a Conservative conference fringe meeting have sparked anger, with Labour calling them "crass, callous and cruel". On the Brexit transition, Mr Green said: "The phrase the Prime Minister used was "around two years ...

Devon MP calls on Boris Johnson to resign following 'grossly insensitive' Libya dead bodies comment - Devon Live

Enter your postcode to see news and information near you Community updates, Crime Statistics, Local News & Events and much more... Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson is facing calls for his sacking over the comments. Share; Comments. Totnes MP Sarah ...

Theresa May faces calls to sack Boris Johnson over Libya comments - The Guardian

Theresa May is facing calls to sack Boris Johnson from her own backbenchers after he said a war-torn Libyan city only had to “clear the dead bodies away” to become a world-class tourist and business destination.

Boris Johnson ambushed by union officials singing 'Oh Jeremy Corbyn' at him while he's having a curry - The Sun

BORIS JOHNSON just wanted a quiet curry with some pals on the final day of Tory conference in Manchester - but alas, it was not to be. The Foreign Secretary was hoping to enjoy to a drink and a catch-up with some mates, but was ambushed by workers from ...