British media reported that the prime minister and his finance minister, Nadim Zahavi, were on holiday from London after the central bank’s shock announcements that the country would enter its longest recession since the 2008 financial crisis. Labour’s number two Angela Rayner blasted on Twitter for saying the Conservative government was “missing”.
Downing Street refused to say where the Tory leader was spending his holidays, but the Slovenian government said Boris Johnson traveled to Slovenia for a “private” holiday. “The British Embassy Slovenia British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has informed us that he has made a personal visit to Slovenia. “Due to the nature of the visit, no meeting (with Slovenian authorities) is planned,” the government said.
On Friday morning, Energy and Commerce Minister Kwasi Kwarteng admitted he “doesn’t know where Boris is” while confirming he is in “constant contact” with Boris. “He celebrated his wedding, I think he was on his honeymoon, (…) I don’t think a lot of people would blame him,” he told Times Radio. Boris and Gary Johnson celebrated last weekend WeddingA celebration postponed International spread of the coronavirus.
Kwasi Karteng added that it was completely wrong for Conservative Party members to accuse the government of inaction at the time of voting to replace Boris Johnson, who announced he was leaving in July and was ousted by a series of scandals. Conservatives should elect a head of diplomacy Liz dressPoll frontrunner and former finance minister Rishi Sunak, the poll results were announced on September 5. Boris Johnson will officially step down tomorrow.
Since announcing his resignation, he has made few appearances and has already been criticized for missing crisis meetings. Heat wave Hitting the United Kingdom last month or not getting England footballers after them was historic Victory in the Euro.
According to the central bank, a recession will start in late 2022 as energy prices rise, pushing inflation above 13% in October and worsening the current dramatic crisis in purchasing power that British households are suffering.
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