The development comes a day after dramatic developments in Parliament, when a Tory MP walked across the floor of the Commons to join the Opposition Labour Party in protest against Johnson's leadership
The apology was Johnson's attempt to assuage a tide of anger from the public and politicians over accusations he and his staff repeatedly flouted pandemic restrictions.
Despite the economic worries, opinion surveys suggest that Johnson and his Conservatives were polling ahead of the opposition Labour Party.
A report in August from the U.N.’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change predicting global floods and fires created a wave in Norway that has crested throughout this election campaign.
A Conservative candidate in Nova Scotia apologised for social media posts that weighed in on sharia law and backed banning the burqa worn by some Muslim women.
Erin O'Toole has changed positions and moderated his party's platform on a wide variety of issues including climate change in effort to draw support from Trudeau's Liberal party.
Sarah Green, the Liberal Democrat candidate, picked up around 57 per cent of the vote and won a seat the Conservatives have held since it was created in 1974.
Johnson has been promoting the G7 meeting as an opportunity for Britain to assert itself on the global stage following the nation's departure from the European Union.
The results of Thursday's election in Hartlepool showed the Conservative candidate Jill Mortimer winning with 15,529 votes, or nearly 52% of the vote.
The conservatives became a rare minority government after they dumped Malcolm Turnbull for Morrison in an internal power struggle last August.
Britain goes to the polls to elect the prime minister who will chart Britain's course through Brexit negotiations.