Boris Johnson was appointed as the new prime minister of UK by Queen Elizabeth while a brief conference on Wednesday in Buckingham Palace, announcing a new stage in British politics shattered by Brexit that two prime ministers were consumed since the 2016 EU election.
Shortly following, Johnson expressed confidence of leaving the EU by October 31, “no ifs and buts”, and rebuild public confidence in democracy denounced by long-drawn discussions and MPs voting under different phases of Brexit in parliament.
He said, “After three years of unfounded self-doubt, it is time to change the record. No-one in the last few centuries has succeeded in betting against the pluck, nerve and ambition of this country. They will not succeed today.”
Johnson won following the outgoing Prime Minister Theresa May secured a continued farewell in the House of Commons and gave a speech before meeting the queen to resign. She following turned back to her Maidenhead constituency.
May congratulated to Boris on winning the leadership election and wished him and the Government best wishes.
Johnson was assumed to select his official team from Wednesday, including at least three Indian-origin MPs expected to be provided important promotions: Priti Patel, inclined to be the Home Secretary; and promotion for junior ministers Alok Sharma and Rishi Sunak.
David Cameron served as the Conservative directed government from 2010 to 2015 and resigned in 2016 following the EU election happened in the choice to leave the EU. May from Cameron took over, led the government later the 2017 election.Share this to your,