When Johnson became British Prime Minister, he was criticized for disclosing details when he saw the Queen.

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 When Johnson became British Prime Minister, he was criticized for disclosing details when he saw the Queen.


Overseas Network July 25 - Boris Johnson became the new prime minister after being approved by the Queen of England on July 24, local time. Shortly after becoming prime minister, however, Johnson was exposed as violating Royal etiquette and blurting out a detail of his personal meeting with the Queen.

According to Vincent, a reporter from European News and NBC News, Johnson, who entered No. 10 Downing Street for the first time after his meeting with the Queen, loudly told the staff of the residence what they were talking to the Queen, according to the Daily Express and Daily Mail. He said the Queen told him, I dont know why people want this job.

The reporter said that after hearing the explosion, the staff immediately blamed Johnson, saying that he should not repeat the relevant content loudly.

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According to the British media, the disclosure of private conversations with the Queen was a major violation of Royal etiquette. In 2014, Cameron, then Prime Minister, revealed that the Queen had choked for a while after learning whether the outcome of the Scottish independence referendum had rejected independence. Cameron later apologized to the Queen after being criticized and reacted with inappropriate words.

Johnson delivered a speech

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Boris Johnson officially took over as British Prime Minister on the afternoon of 24 Local time, after being approved by Queen Elizabeth II, and then addressed the media at 10 Downing Street. Johnson stressed that Britain would leave the EU on October 31 anyway. We wont wait another 99 days. The British people have had enough of the long wait. Now is the time for a strong government to act. He also promised to tackle some key domestic issues immediately, including reforming social health care, investing in education and so on.