Boris Johnson announcement: What time is the Prime Minister's speech today?

BORIS Johnson is set to brief the nation from Glasgow today where he will update the nation on the COP26 climate summit.

Here’s what we know about the announcement.

What time is Boris Johnson's speech today, November 10?

Johnson speech is set to take place at 16:30 pm from the summit in Glasgow, Scotland.

His appearance will wrap the 26th meeting of the UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties, which started on Sunday October 31, 2021.

This year’s meeting has been attended by over 100 world leaders who have pledged to play their part in tackling global environmental issues.

Johnson’s speech will take place in front of members of the UK media.

What will Boris Johnson announce?

Boris Johnson set to update the public on the negotiations taking place at the climate summit.

It is understood that a draft document that sets out a goal of net-zero emissions is being scrutinised.

However, the press conference is likely to be dominated by the furore over Tory sleaze and MPs' second jobs.

Boris is set to face difficult questions about ex attorney general Sir Geoffrey Cox voting from the British Virgin Islands.

He also faces being pressed on the fact he has refused to personally apologise for his handling of the Owen Paterson case.

Tory vice-chairman Andrew Bowie has reportedly resigned because he's no longer prepared to defend the Government.

The PM was last night accused of fleeing his Tory party sleaze woes by bolting back to the COP26 summit.

His dodge came hours after he was branded chicken on Monday for swerving a Commons showdown.

Last night, the PM canned plans for a Cabinet away day tomorrow at his country retreat of Chequers and will instead host an emergency Downing Street get-together.

How can I watch Boris Johnson's announcement?

It will be streamed on The Sun's YouTube channel and across all major new channels this afternoon.

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