Read United Kingdom Prime Minister's Tweets

Tonight I joined France and New Zealand’s #ChristchurchCall, in which I outlined the world-leading work the United Kingdom is doing to tackle vile terrorist propaganda online and ensure tech giants remove illegal content faster.

I want to congratulate @EdwinPootsmla on his election as leader of the @duponline.

People across the UK are best served when we work together, & I look forward to working with him, @BrandonLewis & the wider Executive as we build back stronger for the people of Northern Ireland.

Good discussions with @MichealMartinTD today. We are both committed to the Belfast/Good Friday Agreement and to addressing the legacy of the Troubles to deliver a brighter future for everyone in Northern Ireland.

@wesstreeting Very sorry to hear this, Wes. Sending my best wishes for a full and speedy recovery, and I look forward to seeing you back on the green benches soon.

Radio stations across the UK have come together for the #MentalHealthMinute.

It is vital we carry on talking about our mental health and seek help and guidance if we need it.

#MentalHealthAwarenessWeek

Making sure girls get 12 years of quality education is one of the smartest investments we can make as we recover from COVID-19.

During our @G7 Presidency I’ll be urging the world to take action and prevent a lost pandemic generation.

I was delighted to pick a winner for the @G7 art & poetry competition.

It was a tough decision as all the entries were very creative, but I selected Amelia and Ben as winners.

I look forward to seeing their fantastic work displayed at the summit in Cornwall.

#EidMubarak to those celebrating in the UK and around the world.

Muslims make an extraordinary contribution to this country, and while this year’s celebrations are not as we would want, if we all do our bit and get vaccinated we can look forward to a much happier future.

The fight against climate change presents the world with an unparalleled environmental challenge, but it also opens up a vast new sea of economic opportunity.

As we build back better, businesses and governments must work together to make sure we build back greener.

I’d like to thank nurses and healthcare workers who have been the bastion of our NHS.

Their response to the pandemic has been nothing short of extraordinary.

I'm delighted that their work has inspired others to step into the profession.

#InternationalNursesDay

I am urging Israel and the Palestinians to step back from the brink and for both sides to show restraint. The UK is deeply concerned by the growing violence and civilian casualties and we want to see an urgent de-escalation of tensions.

We will deliver a national recovery from the pandemic that makes the United Kingdom stronger, healthier and more prosperous than before 🇬🇧 #QueensSpeech

Today we have announced the single biggest step on our roadmap and it will allow us to do many of the things we have yearned to do for a long time.

So let's protect these gains by continuing to exercise caution and commonsense.

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This #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek, Prime Minister @BorisJohnson spoke to the Y7 summit @UKFutureLeaders Chair Sophie Daud about why we musn’t be embarrassed about talking about mental health, and the support the government is providing to mental health services.

The second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine helps to provide longer-term protection.

Don't delay in getting your second dose when it is offered to you: https://t.co/qAOGzpWMu6

Less than 6 months to go! ⏰

🌏 #COP26
📍 Glasgow
🗓️ 1 - 12 November 2021

The climate crisis is a clear and present danger for us all. We must come #TogetherForOurPlanet and make this year the turning point.

#ClimateAction cannot wait.

Across the world there is a vast untapped resource – girls whose education has been cut short or denied altogether, who could be leading efforts to pull their communities out of poverty.

We’re urging leaders to invest in those girls and prevent a lost pandemic generation.

The Prime Minister joined @JuliaGillard and pupils at @ClevesCross in a live classroom link-up with the President of Kenya.

They urged the world to invest in education and get 40m more girls in school in the next five years.

➡️https://t.co/E44U4JKtrx

Girls' education is a UK Government priority. Today, we announced:

👧🏻 £55 million in new aid funding to support education in developing countries

👧🏻 📚 The Girls’ Education Action Plan sets out how we will get 40m more girls into school and 20m more reading by age 10 by 2026

I am urging Israel and the Palestinians to step back from the brink and for both sides to show restraint. The UK is deeply concerned by the growing violence and civilian casualties and we want to see an urgent de-escalation of tensions.

We are doubling the maximum sentence for assaulting people in the emergency services, who have worked night and day to keep us safe during the pandemic.

#BuildBackSafer

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