Boris


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Boris

A slang term for a security trading in Russia.
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The director of communications, Lee Cain, was head of broadcast for Vote Leave, then an adviser to Boris at the Foreign Office.
I was all of three when one 17-year-old Boris Becker swept the summer of 1985, becoming the first unseeded player (and the first German) to win the Wimbledon singles title.
Boris was twice elected as the Conservative Party mayor of London, a city which has always leaned far more towards the rival Labour Party and still does to this day.
Boris consigned the Theresa May establishment to the parliamentary backbenches, which may prove to be his Achilles' heel when the going gets tough.
In the two years since I've been MP for the area, I have met many survivors of the abuse and I know how Boris's comments will have angered and hurt them and what little trust they have left in securing any form of justice for the abuses they suffered.
It's lucky Kelly, 39, stepped in when she did, as Boris' appendage was in need of medical attention.
Because there is a danger that we get distracted by that circus and get fooled into thinking that Boris has no politics, that he's just a slightly eccentric character who will do the best for Britain.
Boris Johnson, widely expected to be named as winner of the Tory leadership contest on Tuesday, is the protest's main political target.
We'll know the new Conservative leader - almost certainly Boris Johnson.
A British pub owner in Barcelona asked Boris send him over a which now hangs in his bar.