Boris Johnson delivers final speech as British Prime Minister before leaving for Queen in Scotland: ‘We will come out of this stronger as a country’

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Boris Johnson delivered his final speech as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom on Tuesday morning. On the doorstep of 10 Downing Street, it sounded: “We will emerge from this crisis stronger as a country.”

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Boris Johnson announced in July that he would resign as Prime Minister. In recent weeks and months, Conservative Party members have voted for a new party leader, who will immediately succeed Johnson as prime minister. That was Liz Truss, his Secretary of State.

Johnson confirmed on Tuesday morning that he would support his successor “totally” in her fight to help the British people against rising energy prices and longevity. “These are tough times for the economy. These are tough times for families across the country. But I know that Liz and this sympathetic conservative government will do everything they can to help people through this crisis. This country will hold on and we will win,” Johnson said. .”

After his speech, Johnson traveled to Balmoral Castle in Scotland, where he would formally present his resignation to Queen Elizabeth II.

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