British Prime Minister Johnson says he’ll proceed as British chief after Brexit
© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson signs the Brexit trade deal with the EU
LONDON (Reuters) – Briton Boris Johnson said on Sunday that he intended to continue as Prime Minister after Brexit.
When asked in a BBC interview if he intended to continue the role, Johnson said, "Yes."
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