Johnson, 55, was diagnosed with the novel coronavirus over two weeks ago, becoming the first world leader confirmed to have the illness
Britain's Nadia Whittome raised the issue during a discussion in the UK parliament on Wednesday.
For some, Brexit is a triumph. For others, it is a tragedy. HuffPost UK visited Brussels as British MEPs on both sides of the debate packed up and waved goodbye.
Is there any chance the farewell could in fact be just a temporary goodbye?
US-born researchers William Kaelin and Gregg Semenza share the prize equally with Britain's Peter Ratcliffe.
Britain's Theresa May fought off a bid to topple her as prime minister, winning a vote of confidence by 200 votes to 117.
A theory widely circulated on social media was that President Buhari had been replaced by a lookalike from Sudan.
The fine could herald more punitive action against the social media giant.
Bhandari received 183-193 votes in General Assembly and all the 15 votes in the Security Council.
The Labour Party candidate won her Birmingham Edgbaston seat by defeating ruling Conservative party rival Caroline Squire.
Established 40 years ago, the school is described on its website as being a "busy, thriving, purposeful" school.
India has time and again asked Britain to relax student visa rules for greater mobility of students.
The only objectionable part of May's visa policy is its favour for the rich in India.
According to a recent report, something as trivial as the colour of shoes being worn by a candidate can result in them being refused an investment banking job in London. In addition to the shoes a person is wearing, their clothing, accent, and mannerisms are also major factors in determining whether they get accepted.
India may emerge as the "must invest destination" among emerging markets for strategic and financial investors in the wake of global uncertainty.
The British have shocked the financial, political and business establishments of the world by voting to leave (52%) the European Union in the referendum of 23 June 2016. Here's an analysis, in simple terms, of the implications of this outcome.
Too many cooks spoil the broth, and this seems particularly true in the case of the European Union (EU). The Brexit debate, on whether or not Britain will leave the European Union, has raised questions on where the EU's economy is headed. After years of stress post-2008, most major economies have got back on their feet, but not the EU. It remains a meaningful economy, but its continued woes are a definite cause for concern.