Moving trucks drove up to Downing Street in London. The successor is to be appointed by British Prime Minister Boris Johnson in three weeks.
Removal trucks have already been seen in Downing Street, London, three weeks before the appointment of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s successor. Photos released by the PA news agency showed two large trucks parked in front of the government headquarters.
There was speculation as to whether Johnson would reportedly pair gilded wallpaper with designer Lulu Little’s luxury furniture that he furnished with his official apartment. Among other scandals, the grand renovation of his official residence, which was initially financed by a party donor, landed him in trouble.
Johnson is taking his second vacation this summer
Meanwhile, Johnson, who is due to step down as prime minister on 6 September, has faced criticism for his second vacation this summer. Recently, after spending holidays in Slovenia, it is now being said that he is in Greece.
This is despite parts of the UK declaring a drought emergency and rising cost of living putting more and more people at risk. However, Johnson’s spokesman insisted on Monday that the prime minister could be contacted at any time for an immediate decision.
Members of the ruling Conservative Party in Great Britain have until 5 September to decide whether Foreign Minister Liz Truss or former finance minister Rishi Sunak should replace him as prime minister.