Two years ago, Prime Minister Boris Johnson led the Conservative Party to its biggest election victory in decades. Now, his future is anything but secure.
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Scientific advisers have warned lawmakers that more action is needed because the surge is threatening to overwhelm the country’s health system.
With nearly 100 lawmakers from Johnson's own party voting against him, it was a stinging rebuke of their leader that undermines his authority just as omicron threatens the country.
With the country now out of the European Union, companies that trade with the continent are contending with expensive disruptions to their businesses.