5 MINUTE BRIEFING.
Spot of Boris dancing BORIS Johnson tried a spot of dancefloor diplomacy and went close-up with a manatee as he took a trip deep into the Amazon rain forest.
Mr Johnson became the first UK Foreign Secretary in more than half a century to visit Peru, on the opening leg of a tour of Latin America.
The Foreign Secretary fed one of the marine mammals with leaves, before taking the hand of teacher Adriana Pinedo as children performed a dance at a village school in Santa Marta.
Putin's 'dirty money' MINISTERS have been accused by MPs of risking national security by "turning a blind eye" to the Russian "dirty money" flowing through the City of London.
The Commons Foreign Affairs Committee said despite the outcry over the Salisbury nerve agent attack, Russian President Vladimir Putin and his allies were continuing to use the City as a base for their "corrupt assets".
Worst for air delays THE worst UK airports for flight punctuality have been revealed, with the longest delays at London Luton.
Departures from the Bedfordshire airport were an average of 20 minutes late in 2017, according to Press Association analysis of Civil Aviation Authority data.
London Gatwick recorded the second worst punctuality performance followed by Jersey and Durham Tees Valley.
Pensioner charged A PENSIONER has been charged with the murder of an 85-year-old woman in east London.
Rosina Coleman was discovered by a handyman at her Romford home.
Rosina Coleman Paul Prause, 65, was remanded in custody.
MOTs to get tougher A TOUGHER and updated MOT has come into force in Britain to improve air quality and make roads safer.
Diesel cars are now subjected to tighter smoke limits, while new fail categories state when a vehicle should not be driven until a dangerous defect is repaired.
A number of components and functions will be tested for the first time under the refreshed regulations.
Boris Johnson dances with teacher Adriana Pinedo
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|Publication:||Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)|
|Date:||May 21, 2018|
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