British public still back Theresa May to succeed as prime minister, Boris Johnson says
Boris Johnson reckons the British public still wants Theresa May to succeed as prime minister.
Mrs May has faced criticism in recent months for her General Election campaign, making a deal with the DUP to remain in power, and her response to the Grenfell Tower disaster.
But the British people want the Government to get on with its job – at least, according to the foreign secretary.
Asked if it was time for the prime minister to be ‘pole-axed’, Mr Johnson joked: ‘We have very good relations with the Poles. So I don’t see any prospect of a Polish attack on Theresa.’
He conceded that the... read more
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