Boris Johnson

Brett Wilkins, staff writer
Peace activists with the U.K. group Campaign Against Arms Trade protest British arms sales to Saudi Arabia. (Photo: CAAT/Creative Commons)
"Johnson and Raab have blood on their hands. Their support for the carnage in Yemen must end immediately."
Jessica Corbett, staff writer
A police officer stands by as a campaigner against a third runway at Heathrow Airport holds a placard in front of paint thrown by another protester at the Supreme Court in London on December 16, 2020 after the verdict on a legal challenge to the proposed runway. (Photo: Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP via Getty Images)
"It's time to take our demand straight to the government—it can still change...
Jessica Corbett, staff writer
A man reads about the U.S. election results on November 9, 2020 in Tehran, Iran. The people in Iran seem hopeful that President-elect Joe Biden will lift the sanctions imposed by outgoing President Donald Trump. (Photo: Fatemeh Bahrami/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)
Advocates of diplomacy are urging the president-elect to "take the opportunity...


Leave it to the Brits, masters of passive aggression, to troll the clown of the western world into oblivion. From the moment he arrived to the sight of a giant penis mowed into a field, those in the U.K. have told it like it is with subtle snubs - no red carpet - and empty streets and in-your-face ridicule. The prize goes to Led By Donkeys, whose giant projections around London offered an unending feast of taunts, jibes, slurs and rudeness. "Doing the Lord's work," said one fan. We thank them.