Outgoing Prime Minister Boris Johnson handed over the post of prime minister to Liz Truss, the new leader of the Conservative Party, in his final address on Downing Street this morning. “They changed the rules midway” he said goodbye.
Johnson speaking to the press in front of the prime minister’s residence “Here are the people” he began.
Making a press statement in the early hours, Johnson thanked the attendees and said that he would visit Queen Elizabeth II for his resignation.
Boris Johnson, “Thank you everyone for coming so early this morning. I’ll be in Balmoral in just a few hours to see Her Majesty the Queen and the torch will be handed over to a new Conservative leader, they changed the rules halfway through but now forget about it” said.
“I WILL SUPPORT LIZ TRUSS EVERY STEP”
Stating that the Conservative Party and Britain are going through difficult times, Johnson expressed that I will support the new prime minister Liz Truss and the new government at every step.
johnson, “I’m just telling my party that if Dilyn (Johnson’s dog) and Larry (presidential cat) can put the occasional hardship behind them, the Conservative Party can do it too.” said.
former prime minister, “I know that Liz Truss and the Conservative government will do everything they can to help people get through this crisis. […] We are going through difficult times in terms of economy. We will get through this, we will come out stronger” he added.
CALLING TO PUTIN
Johnson addressed Russian President Vladimir Putin over the energy crisis creating “hard times” for the British people.
johnson, “This country will stand it and we will win. If Putin thinks he can succeed by blackmailing or extorting the British people, then he is completely deceived.” used the phrases.
According to the news of the British newspaper Mirror, as soon as Boris Johnson started his speech, the protesters took to the King Charles street parallel to the prime minister’s residence. “Bye Bye Boris” started playing.
The song “Bye Bye Boris” is often played by protesters campaigning against Brexit “Bye Bye Baby” A modified version of the song (Goodbye, Baby).