Boris Johnson bows before British MPs

Exit – PM confirmed ‘mission largely accomplished’, reviewing his three years in power

After Brexit, get out. Boris Johnson Withdrew in front of Parliament British During his last question-and-answer session as Prime Minister on Wednesday.

The Prime Minister stressed that “the mission has been largely accomplished.” Three years in powersaying he would spend the next few weeks “doing what I think the public expects me to do: moving forward on the issues on which we were elected in 2019”.

“The greatest privilege of my life”

“The past few years have been the greatest privilege of my life,” added the 58-year-old prime minister, who resigned on July 7 after a series of scandals and lies. “Hasta la vista, baby” his camp’s MPs ended their applause, taking the famous quote by Arnold Schwarzenegger in Terminator 2. Boris Johnson’s successor will know on September 5 the end of Parliament’s recess, which begins on Friday. Opposition leader Keir Starmer questioned him about the ongoing campaign among Conservatives to replace him in Downing Street, and privately about the cancellation of a televised debate on Sky News.

“Well, I am not particularly close to the subject,” said the prime minister, smiling, to the laughter of the deputies (…) Read more in 20 minutes

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