“The last few years have been the greatest privilege of my life. It’s true that I helped get the most ‘purses’ [conservadora] In 40 years and a major reorganization of UK politics. We changed our democracy and brought back our national independence,” claimed the politician who will step down as Prime Minister in September.
Johnson also said he helped the country “overcome the epidemic and save another country from barbarism,” referring to Ukraine.
“Honestly, that’s enough now. It’s pretty much done, for now,” he declared, concluding with “hasta la vista, baby,” which became iconic after Arnold Schwarzenegger used it in “Terminator 2: Judgment Day” ( 1991)).
As he left, Johnson received a standing ovation from the Conservative party seat, but unlike previous Conservative prime ministers such as David Cameron, the opposition did not applaud him.
Labor leader Keir Starmer began wishing Boris Johnson and his family “good luck for the future”, acknowledging that the relationship between the main opposition force and the prime minister was “never easy”.
But he did not bid his opponent farewell, noting that none of the succession candidates had said “one decent thing” about the current conservative leader and that they had all criticized the executive during televised debates.
Keir Starmer was referring to the Secretary of State, Liz Truss, who recognized the need to change current British economic policy, to the Secretary of State for Commerce, Penny Mordaunt, who lamented that the government had not been “doing enough”, and former Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak, who assumed Voters lack confidence in the executive branch.
The three politicians are currently running in the sixth and final round of elections for the leadership of the Conservative Party. Today’s round aims to reduce the race to just two candidates, who will face a final vote by party leaders across the country during the month of August.
The winner is scheduled to be announced on 5 September, automatically becoming prime minister, without the need for a national election.
“I think the message coming out of this leadership election is very clear. They got us into this mess and they have no idea how to get out of it.”
Scottish National Party leader Ian Blackford has “personally” thanked the prime minister for stepping up support for independence, although opinion polls show Scots remain divided on the issue.
Tory Brexit cut £31 billion [36.000 milhões de euros] in the economy, the largest decline in living standards since the 1970s. People’s wages, in real terms, fell at the fastest rate in history. It was accused of having the worst economic growth in the G-20 outside Russia and the highest inflation in the past forty years.
Liberal Democrats leader Ed Davey has called for legislative elections to legitimize a new prime minister, and Boris Johnson left some advice “whatever it may be”.
Boris Johnson began, “Number one, stand close to the Americans and stand up for the Ukrainians, stand up for freedom and democracy everywhere,” adding that he must also “cut taxes and deregulate where possible to make it happen.” [país] The best place to live and invest.”
In a veiled criticism of Rishi Sunak, Johnson said he “likes” the Treasury, but advocated investment in infrastructure to stimulate the economy, noting that had they always listened to warnings about increased public spending “we wouldn’t build” the economy. [autoestrada] M25 or Channel Tunnel”.
“Focus on the road ahead. But always remember to look in the rearview mirror. And remember, above all, it’s not Twitter that matters, it’s the people who sent us here.”
Elections among Britain’s Conservatives began when Johnson resigned as Conservative Party leader two weeks ago, following the mass dismissal of members of the government over months of moral scandals.
Boris Johnson will remain in office until a replacement is selected.
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