According to the BBC, Boris Johnson officially accepted the appointment of Queen Elizabeth II as Britains new prime minister and began to form a new cabinet on Wednesday, local time. On the same day, a number of Tresha May cabinet ministers were dismissed or voluntarily resigned, while Johnson appointed a series of new cabinet ministers.
It is reported that Dominique Lab, the former Secretary of State for Leaving Europe, has been appointed as the new Foreign Minister, and Jeremy Hunt, who will leave office after his failure to succeed as Prime Minister. Like Johnson, Lab belongs to the tough de-Europeans. After Teresa May announced his resignation from the Conservative leadership, he also competed, but was eliminated early in the campaign.
Jeremy Hunt announced his departure that day, saying that the new Prime Minister proposed another cabinet job to him, but he refused. It would be a great honor if I could continue to work in the Foreign Ministry, but I understand that the new Prime Minister needs to form his own team, Hunt said on Twitter. Boris Johnson kindly offered me a new job, but after nine years of cabinet meetings and more than 300 cabinet meetings, I think its time to go back to the back of parliament, where I will continue to support the new Prime Minister.
Hunter also thanked one-third of the Conservative Party members who supported him, saying they were deeply moved by their trust despite their failure in the election. Hunter said he would be a regular member of Parliament and a good father in the future.