British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Sunday that his “golden rule” continues to keep questions away from new questions about his prime minister caused by the defeat of the double by-elections. Focus on going. “
He also told reporters the day before that he was “actively thinking” about his third term, which would be in the mid-2030s.
After the Conservatives were defeated in two elections on Thursday, party chair Oliver Dowden resigned, saying “someone has to take responsibility.”
It was also suggested that the rebels of the 1922 Conservative Backbencher Commission may have attempted to deport Johnson by pushing a second distrust resolution. But Johnson said on Saturday that rebels should let go of sticking to what he “went to squeeze”.
Asked if he would lead the party to the next general election, Johnson told reporters who traveled to Kigali with him: yes. “
The prime minister added, “I am actively thinking about the third term and that time, but I will review it once it is decided.”
Johnson: There’s a lot to do
Johnson was asked at the Group of Seven Summit in Germany on Sunday if his ambitions for the third term were delusional. As a government that continues to serve the people of this country, we need to do a huge amount of things. “
Johnson said the government “must overcome” the “inflationary pressures that worsened in Ukraine after COVID”, improving the economy, reforming the energy and housing markets and transportation networks, reducing government costs, and Increase UK values by reducing taxes and helping solve the “terrible problems of Ukraine”.
When asked if he was worried about another distrust resolution, Johnson replied that the “golden rule” was to “focus on what we were doing.”
Johnson told ITV News that he believed that what his government had done was “quite noteworthy” and vowed to “continue it.”
Scrutinize “good things”
In an interview with CNN, the British Prime Minister suggested that “leaders are being scrutinized” is “good.”
“Positive means that the government has to respond, think about what the people want, and point out seriously about the G7 countries … in contrast to democracy in both China and Russia. Russia’s President Vladimir Putin said, “In his case, even with a back-venture committee, a 1922 committee, he would probably not invade Ukraine.” .. “
In a series of interviews on Sunday, Cabinet Minister Brandon Lewis said he believes the Prime Minister is taking his aspirations seriously and hopes that his leadership will look “long-term.”
However, the attack continues to come from his own backbench on Saturday night, and Damian Green, chairman of the One Nation Caucus of Tory, told the government that “both its style and content need to be changed. To show their stripes, warning the ministers with the hope of leadership.
Shadow Minister: Worker “Return Road”
In the by-elections in the Devon constituencies of Tiberton and Honiton on Thursday, a dramatic 30% change from the Conservatives overturned the majority of the 24,000 people by the Liberal Democratic Party.
In West Yorkshire, the Labor Party regained Wakefield with a majority of 4,925 people, a 12.7% change from the Tories.
Foreign Minister David Lammy said in Sky’s “Sunday Sophie Ridge” program that Labor leader Sir Keir Starmer dared to bring an early election to the government, “labor is on its way back to government.” He said he believed.
In a Sunday program he told Trevor Phillips at Sky’s Sophie Ridge, Shadow’s Foreign Minister said:
Lamy excluded the labor agreement with the LDP or SNP, saying the party “wants to win completely” in the next election.
PA Media contributed to this report.