Boris Johnson, pro-Brexit member of Parliament, former London mayor and later British foreign secretary, speaks at the launch of a “Vote Leave” bus campaign in Truro, Cornwall, in May 2016. Britain voted to leave the EU on June 23 that year. A case against Johnson claiming he misled voters by suggesting the UK gave the EU £350 million a week was thrown out by Britain’s High Court on June 7. Photo: Reuters

Leaders are liars in a post-truth world: a salute to those who dare to be different

  • Amid the rise of fake news and attacks on the freedom of the press, the need for those who have the courage to tell the truth is stronger than ever
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Boris Johnson, pro-Brexit member of Parliament, former London mayor and later British foreign secretary, speaks at the launch of a “Vote Leave” bus campaign in Truro, Cornwall, in May 2016. Britain voted to leave the EU on June 23 that year. A case against Johnson claiming he misled voters by suggesting the UK gave the EU £350 million a week was thrown out by Britain’s High Court on June 7. Photo: Reuters
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