In a speech highlighting his achievements, Boris Johnson touched on the fact that he orchestrated Brexit, delivered the fastest vaccine rollout in Europe, with 70% of the entire population receiving a dose within six months of deployment, and listed a host of achievements.

He added that the union is so strong that those who want to break it will never succeed.

Outgoing Prime Minister Boris Johnson delivers a speech outside 10 Downing Street in London before leaving for Balmoral for an audience with Queen Elizabeth II to officially step down as Prime Minister. Photo date: Tuesday, September 6, 2022.

He began his speech by saying, “That’s it, folks. Thank you all for coming out so early this morning. In just a couple of hours I will be at Balmoral to see Her Majesty the Queen and the torch will finally be passed to the new Conservative leader.’

Joking with those working to oust him, he added: “The baton will be passed in what has unexpectedly turned out to be a baton. They changed the rules halfway through, but now it doesn’t matter.”

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Listing his achievements, he said: “Through these lacquered black doors the new Prime Minister will soon be walking to meet a fantastic group of civil servants.

“The people who made Brexit happen. People who ensured the fastest spread of the vaccine in Europe and never forget that 70% of the entire population received a dose within six months – faster than in any comparable country. This is the government for you. This is the conservative government.”

Mr Johnson said: “We have and will continue to have the economic strength to give people the money they need to overcome this energy crisis which has been caused by Putin’s brutal war.

“I know Liz Truss and this compassionate Conservative government will do everything in our power to get people through this crisis and this country will get through it and we will win.”

He said that despite the “negotiations”, the new government will get people through the energy crisis and also took aim at the Russian president Vladimir Putin saying he cannot blackmail or bully the British people over the energy crisis.

Tori deputies and officials gathered in Downing Street to watch the outgoing Prime Minister’s speech laughed when he compared himself to a “launcher rocket”, saying he was “one of those launch vehicles” that had “done their function”.

“I would gently re-enter the atmosphere and imperceptibly flop into some remote and obscure corner of the Pacific Ocean”

Boris Johnson has said that if his dog Dillin and cat Larry can “put their occasional hardships behind them”, then so can the Tories.

He said: “Thank you to everyone who stood behind me in this building. Thank you to all of you in the government. Thank you to everyone who has helped take care of me and my family over the past three years, including my dog ​​Dillyn.

“I’m just saying to my party, if Dillin and Larry can leave their occasional difficulties behind, so can the Conservative Party.

“First and foremost, thank you, the British people, the voters, for giving me the opportunity to serve, to all of you who have worked so tirelessly together to defeat Covid to put us where we are today.

“Together, we have laid a foundation that will stand the test of time, taking back control of our laws or building vital infrastructure, a great solid wall that we will continue to build on together, paving the way for prosperity now and forever.” future generations.

“I will support Liz Truss and the new government every step of the way.”

As soon as Boris Johnson began his speech, protesters began to play “Bye Bye Boris” from King Charles Street, which runs parallel to Downing Street.

Ms Truss, who will travel to Balmoral to take over the role of Prime Minister from the Queen later on Tuesday, is understood to be drawing up plans to freeze the accounts, which could cost around £100 billion.

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