Boris Johnson chosen to head the tories and become Prime Minister

Boris Johnson was elected head of the ruling Conservative party, beating his rival, foreign Minister Jeremy hunt. Wednesday, July 24, Johnson will announce the new Prime Minister. It will replace on this post, Teresa may.

In the elections of the new head of the tories was attended by about 160 thousand members of the Conservative party. Boris Johnson has received about 66% of the vote.

Future British Prime Minister promised that Britain leaves the European Union until October 31 — even if London and Brussels fail to agree on new terms Brekzita. The EU has repeatedly stated that it is not going to revise the draft agreement.

A number of senior conservatives have already stated that will not work in the government of Johnson.

Boris Johnson was mayor of London from 2008 to 2016, and headed the foreign Ministry from 2016 to 2018. Government Theresa may he left because of disagreement over the Treaty Brucite.
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