Boris Johnson First Speech

Boris Johnson first speech as the new British Prime minister came after the Queen had appointed him and after the final words from the outgoing prime minister ‘Theresa May’. However, I will gladly present you with Boris Johnson first speech:

“I’ve just been to see the majesty, the Queen who has invited me to form a government and I’ve accepted. I pay tribute to the fortitude and patience of my predecessor and her deep sense of public service. But in spite of all her effort, it has become clear that there are pessimists at home and at abroad who think after three years of indecision that this country has become a prisoner to the old arguments of 2016, and in this home of democracy we are incapable of honoring a democratic mandate. And so I am standing before you today to tell you the British people that those critics are wrong, the doubters, the doomsters …, they are going to get it wrong again.

The people who bet against Britain are going to lose their shirts, because we are going to restore ‘trust’ in our democracy and we are going to fulfill the repeated promises of parliament to the people and come out of the European Union on the October 31, know it or But! And we will do a new deal, a better deal, we will maximize the opportunities of Brexit while allowing us to develop a new and existing partnership with the rest of Europe based on free trade and mutual support, I’ve every confidence that in 99days time we would have cracked it.

But you know what! We are not going to wait for 99days, because the British people have had enough of waiting, the time has come to act, to take decisions, to give strong leadership and change this country for the better. And though the Queen has just honored me with this extraordinary office of state, my job is to serve you, your people. Because, there is one point we politicians need to remember, it is that the people are our bosses.

My job is to make your streets safer, and we are going, to begin with, another twenty thousand (20,000) police on the street and we start recruiting forthwith. My job is to make sure you don’t have to wait three (3) weeks to see your GP. And we start work this week with twenty (20) new hospital upgrades and ensuring that the money for the NHS really gets to the front line, my job is to protect you or your parents, or grandparents from the fear of having to sell your home to pay for the course of care and so I’m announcing now on the steps on the Downing Street that we will fix the crisis in social care once and for all we have a clear plan we’ve prepared to give every older person the dignity and security they deserve.

My job is to make sure that your kids get superb education wherever they are in the country, and that is why we have already announced we are going to level up poor people funding in primary and secondary schools, and that is the work that begins immediately behind that black door and though, I am today building a great team of men and women, I will take personal responsibility for the change I want to see.

Never mind the backstop, the backstops here and I tell you something else about my job, it is to be the prime minister of the whole United Kingdom and that means uniting our country, answering, at last, the plea of the forgotten people and the left behind terms by physically and literally renewing the ties that bind us together so that we save our streets and better education, and fantastic new road and rail infrastructure and full fiber roll band will level up across Britain with higher wages, a higher living wage, higher productivity we close the opportunity gap, I’ve given millions of young people the chance to own their own homes.

And giving the business the confidence to invest across the United Kingdom, because it is time we unleashed the production power, not just of London and the South-East, but of every corner of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

The awesome fore some that are incarnated in that red, white and blue flag who together are so much more in some of their … whose brand and political personality is admired and even loved around the world for our inventiveness, for our humor, for our universities, our scientists, our arm forces, our diplomacy for the equalities on which we insist, where the race or gender or LGPT or the right for every girl in the world, to 12 years of quality education, for the values that flag stands for around the world, everyone knows the values that flag stands for freedom, and free speech and have the scope in the rule of law and above all, it stands for democracy and that is why we will come out of the EU on October 31.

Because, in the end, Brexit was a fundamental decision by the British people for they want their laws made by people that they can elect and they can remove from office. and we must now respect that decision and create a new partnership with our European friends as warm as close and as affectionate as possible.

The first step is to repeat unequivocally, I will guarantee to the 3.2 million EU nationals now living and working among us and I say directly to you, thank you for your patience and I can assure you that under this government you will have the absolute certainty of the right to live and remain, and I say next to our friends in Ireland and Brussels, and around the EU, I am convinced we can do a deal without checks of the Irish border because we refused under any circumstance to have such checks and get with that anti-democratic backstop.

And it is, of course, vital at the same time that we prepare for the remote possibility, Brussels refuse any further to negotiate and we are forced to come out with no-deal and not that we want that outcome, of course not, but of course its only common sense to prepare. And let me stress there is a vital sense in which that preparation cannot be wasted because under any circumstances we need to get ready, at some point in near future to come out of the EU customs union and out of regulatory control of fully determined at last to take advantage of Brexit”. Boris Johnson first speech as British PM, a good one.

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