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# Johnson

This year
# Investigation
BBC chairman set to be grilled by UK MPs amid questions over Boris Johnson loan
BBC chairman Richard Sharp has said that he believed his selection process was conducted ‘by the book’.
Last year
# Ukraine
Zelenskyy heaps praise on Boris Johnson as ‘true friend’ leaves office
The Ukrainian president has said he was ‘concerned’ when he found out there would be a new administration.
Boris Johnson: Four recent polls indicate where the UK crisis is heading
Hannah Bunting and Daniel Devine look at the embattled UK prime minister and why his mandate no longer exists.
# Meeting
Boris Johnson to discuss Ukraine and NI Protocol during meeting with Taoiseach
The Taoiseach will watch the Six Nations match between Ireland and England at Twickenham alongside Boris Johnson.
# Downing Street
'In the name of God, go': Defiant Boris Johnson faces Tory defections and plot to oust him
Downing Street said Johnson would have further meetings with MPs today as he attempted to shore up support on his backbenches.
All time
Opinion: Brexit may be bleak but Ireland has many allies throughout Europe and beyond
Noelle O Connell says it’s easy for us to keep the focus on what’s happening across the Irish Sea, but if we look beyond, there is a huge body of support for Ireland in the face of Brexit.
# Your Say
Poll: Who do you think will be the British Prime Minister after the general election?
Johnson’s Conservatives lead the polls so far.
Column: Who were the greatest and worst US presidents - and why?
On the eve of Obama’s second inauguration, Felix M Larkin looks at what it takes to be considered a great president – and why it matters.
# Anger Management
Leaks are 'not a true reflection of the squad,' insists Johnson
Johnson has echoed claims made by Rob Andrew that the information in the controversial documents was exaggerated.
# backing
'I feel sorry for Martin Johnson' - Woodward
The ex-England manager has attacked the RFU for failing to provide adequate support to the departing boss.
# Harmony
Johnson denies any friction with Woods over caddie move
Dustin Johnson says there are no difficulties between him and Tiger Woods, after caddie Joe LaCava switched sides.
# Question Time
Watch: Johnson and Tindall face the media, refuse to discuss shenanigans
Martin Johnson and a timid Mike Tindall faced the gathered media as the England coach named his side to face Romania.