The former foreign secretary's favourability rating is at an all-time low following his Brexit spats with Theresa May.
Theresa May danced on to the stage before trying to unite Tories behind her under-fire Brexit Chequers plans.
Theresa May has said she is ‘cross’ with Boris Johnson after he received a rapturous reception at the Tory party conference and called on her to ‘chuck’ her Chequers Brexit deal. The former Foreign Secretary’s highly anticipated speech drew perhaps the biggest audience in Birmingham. Calling Mrs May’s plan ‘dangerous and unstable’, he said: ‘Do not believe that we can somehow get it wrong now and fix it later – get out properly next year, or the year after.
A number of top Tories have banded together to attack Boris Johnson as he continues his public criticism of Theresa May’s Chequers Brexit proposals. Chancellor Philip Hammond used a series of interviews this morning to deliver a withering response, calling Mr Johnson’s own Brexit proposals a ‘fantasy world’. Mr Hammond told the Daily Mail that his former cabinet colleague was weak on detail, and that his most significant political victory was the introduction of ‘Boris Bikes’.
Virgin founder Sir Richard Branson has dismissed former Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson's alternative vision for Brexit, which he set out in the Telegraph.
A look at some of the allegations that have mired Boris Johnson's marriage to Marina Wheeler - and his political career.
A poll by YouGov in The Times suggests that while people may prefer Boris Johnson over Theresa May, they don't necessarily think he'd make a better Prime Minister.
Boris Johnson is racing ahead as Conservative Party members’ preferred candidate to lead the Tories after Theresa May. A survey by ConservativeHome found that 35% of members picked the former foreign secretary as their favourite to take the helm of the party next. This marks an extension in Mr Johnson’s lead at the top of the table in the past four weeks.
Former foreign secretary Boris Johnson warned the UK will get "diddly squat" from Theresa May's Brexit strategy.
The constituencies of Brexiteers Boris Johnson and Michael Gove now say they want to remain in the European Union.
Former Bishop of Rochester Michael Nazir-Ali said burkas and other face-covering veils should be banned in places like Parliament and Whitehall.
A ComRes survey for the Sunday Express found more than half of voters think Boris Johnson shouldn't face disciplinary action over his burka comments.
Rowan Atkinson said Boris Johnson shouldn't have to apologise over comments he made about burkas in a Telegraph column, saying they "look like letter boxes".
Boris Johnson is facing a Conservative Party investigation into comments he made comparing Muslim women in burkas to letterboxes and bank robbers. It is understood that the process is being triggered automatically after the receipt of a number of complaints over the former foreign secretary’s comparison of Muslim women in face-covering veils with bank robbers or letter boxes.
Boris Johnson caused outrage with a newspaper article comparing women in the face-covering veils to bank robbers.
Conservative Party chairman Brandon Lewis has told Boris Johnson to say sorry for his comments about burkas.
The former foreign secretary said Denmark was wrong to impose fines for wearing the burka or niqab in the streets.
Boris Johnson has accused Theresa May of leading Britain to democratic disaster over Brexit and allowing a fog of self doubt to get in the way of negotiations. The former Foreign Secretary, who quit Mrs May’s Cabinet on Monday last week, had been rumoured to want to use his resignation speech to launch a devastating critique of Theresa May’s handling of the negotiations in a move that could have sparked a leadership challenge.
Boris Johnson’s former boss has issued a scathing slapdown of the former Foreign Secretary, dubbing him a man without “conscience, principle or scruple”. Mr Hastings’ comments come as speculation continued to circulate over Mr Johnson’s next move following his shock resignation from the Cabinet on Monday.
The now-ex foreign secretary plunged Mrs May's cabinet into crisis just hours after David Davis resigned as Secretary of State for exiting the European Union.
Barack Obama reportedly said Boris Johnson's comment referring to his race made him the UK's version of Donald Trump.