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|“||Get Brexit done!||„|
|~ Johnson's catchphrase, in lieu of Make America great again.|
|“||I'd like thousands of schools as good as the one I went to, Eton.||„|
|~ Johnson talking about schools.|
The Right Honourable Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson, MP (born 19 June, 1964) is the former Mayor of London and current Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. He writes for the British newspaper the Daily Telegraph.
As MP for Henley
- Joined a campaign to prevent the Henley air ambulance from being closed down.
As Mayor of London
- Condemned the fascist British National Party after they endorsed his mayoral campaign.
- Rescued film director Franny Armstrong from a group of muggers in London.
- Forced the resignation of police commissioner Ian Blair, who was accused of corruption, unethical phone tapping and wasting public money.
- Opened a rape crisis centre alongside the Duchess of Cornwall.
- Established the Mayor's Fund to help disadvantaged youths.
- Cancelled plans to increase the congestion charge on four wheel drives.
As Foreign Secretary
- Condemned the oppression of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar.
- Confirmed the UK's commitment to helping British territories hit by Hurricane Irma.
As Prime Minister
- Negotiated the extradition of Hashem Abedi on terrorism charges over his involvement in the Manchester Arena bombing.
- Put the UK government into emergency measures and cancelled overseas trips to combat the coronavirus.