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As China continues clampdown, Britain is planning to give refuge to Hong Kong residents

London: It seems Britain is slowly backing its former colony as it is planning to allow hundreds of thousands of Hong Kong citizens to come to Britain if China clamps down further on the city.

COVID-19: Britain may take harder stance against China

London: The British government's mollifying stance on China is likely to harden in the coming months once the immediate concerns regarding the COVID-19 outbreak are dealt with, media reports said.

No guarantee of COVID-19 vaccine: British PM

London/UNI:  A COVID-19 vaccine is by no means guaranteed, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said.

British PM Boris Johnson could modify COVID-19 restrictions before May 7 deadline

London/UNI: UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson could ease the coronavirus restrictions in the country this week, before the May 7 lockdown deadline.

British PM to return to work at Downing Street on Monday

London/UNI: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will be back at work at the Downing Street on Monday, about two weeks after leaving a London hospital in his fight against the novel coronavirus.

Britain spends £16m by ordering flawed COVID-19 testing kits from China

London/IBNS: Britain found themselves in midst of trouble, like many other Western nations earlier claimed, after the country paid two Chinese companies an estimated £16 million for two million COVID-19 antibody tests that officials later on found were not accurate enough to be rolled out.

COVID-19: British PM Boris Johnson discharged from hospital

London/IBNS: Recovering from COVID-19, British PM Boris Johnson was discharged from hospital on Sunday, media reports said.

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson stable, remains in Intensive Care

London/Sputnik/UNI: UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson is stable and will stay in intensive care for a second night after his coronavirus symptoms worsened, his office said late on Tuesday.

British PM Boris Johnson is stable: Officials

London/IBNS: British PM Boris Johnson, who is undergoing treatment for COVID-19 in a London hospital, is in 'good spirit', officials said on Tuesday.

COVID-19: World leaders wish Boris Johnson speedy recovery

London/IBNS: Several world leaders wished British PM Boris Johnson as he was admitted to the intensive care unit after his coronavirus symptoms worsened.

COVID-19: London Mayor Sadiq Khan prays for PM Boris Johnson's swift recovery

London/IBNS: London Mayor Sadiq Khan on Tuesday wished 'swift recovery' of COVID-19 infected UK PM Boris Johnson who was shifted to intensive care at a hospital here late Monday night.

Boris Johnson moved to intensive care unit after his condition worsens from Covid-19

London/IBNS: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who has tested positive for Covid-19, has been shifted to the intensive care unit of the hospital after his condition worsened, the Downing Street has said. He was admitted to hospital yesterday.   

British PM Boris Johnson's pregnant fiance had COVID-19 symptoms, recovering now

London/IBNS: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's pregnant fiance Carrie Symonds has informed that she had spent the past week with Coronavirus symptoms and is recovering now.

After Prince Charles, now British PM Boris Johnson tests positive for COVID 19

London/IBNS: British PM Boris Johnson on Friday tested positive for COVID 19.

Boris Johnson, Donald Trump discuss Coronavirus pandemic

Moscow/Sputnik: UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and US President Donald Trump discussed the situation with the coronavirus pandemic and the recent attacks on the Taji military base in Iraq, the Downing Street said in a press release.