- Mar 6, 2004
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You can put your black suit and mourning apparel away for now, Chris, keep it safe though as Liz or Phil might give you a reason to wear it in the near future .
Stanley Johnson spoke of his "relief" that his son had begun his recovery, adding that he thought his illness had "got the whole country to realise this is a serious event".
Indeed, I was hoping for some signs of life but they might have well rolled out a mannequin.Jeez, flat on his back on a stretcher. That's not a very encouraging image!? Churchill would not approve...
It's been taken down by the Twitter ( aka government) police
He's definitely alive, but not fit for work yet:
Boris is back at No 10 tomorrow (Monday).
After weeks away, Boris Johnson wanted to show that he is back behind the desk and taking charge.
The government has rejected any claims that his absence has seen a sense of drift.
But the prime minister, like or loathe his politics, can communicate in a way that his cabinet colleagues can't.
He directly addressed those concerns, increasingly aired in recent days, including by his own MPs, about the effect that the lockdown is having on our economy. Also the evidence that some people are beginning to tire of the restrictions.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his fiancee Carrie Symonds have announced the birth of a son.
A spokeswoman for the PM and his partner said both mother and baby are "doing very well".
It is understood the PM, who has just recovered from coronavirus, was present throughout the birth, at an NHS hospital in London.
Was he ever fit for work?He's definitely alive, but not fit for work yet: