Boris Johnson became a new prime minister of UK


Boris Johnson was elected as a new leader of the British Conservative party and a new British prime minister. He has been the minister of Foreign Affairs for two years — from summer 2016 to summer 2018. Thus, on 24 July 2019 he became an acting leader of the UK. Now he changed Theresa May on this post. If the new prime minister does not have a deal until Brexit some Conservatives will make decisions against Johnson. British Minister of Finance Philip Hammond may leave his post because of Boris’s election. In the end of the last week he reported this. Some other British minister claim the same position to Johnson’s election.

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