Expert: Johnson’s successor will not change London’s course towards Russia

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MOSCOW, July 7 – RIA Novosti. The successor of Boris Johnson as British Prime Minister is unlikely to change London’s course towards Russia and Ukraine as it is based on consensus among the British elite, Fyodor Lukyanov, editor-in-chief of Russia in Global Affairs, told RIA Novosti.

Johnson on Thursday, in the conditions of an internal party crisis, announced his resignation, but he will fulfill the duties of prime minister until October until the appointment of a new head of the cabinet. At the same time, Johnson stated that London will continue to support Ukraine.

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Boris Johnson’s resignation was the culmination of a government crisis that erupted in Britain.

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Boris Johnson’s resignation was the culmination of a government crisis that erupted in Britain.

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As it turned out, the former deputy foreign minister for European and American affairs, Christopher Pincher, organized a drunken brawl in one of the clubs. Some politicians argued that Johnson knew his colleague’s past, but appointed him to a senior position.

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As it turned out, the former deputy foreign minister for European and American affairs, Christopher Pincher, organized a drunken brawl in one of the clubs. Some politicians argued that Johnson knew his colleague’s past, but appointed him to a senior position.

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Johnson apologized and admitted that he “looked back and did something wrong,” but that did not save the day: dozens of officials left the government because of distrust of the prime minister.

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Johnson apologized and admitted that he “looked back and did something wrong,” but that did not save the day: dozens of officials left the government because of distrust of the prime minister.

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Press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov, commenting on the recent events, expressed the hope that some day more professionals will come to power in Great Britain.

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Press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov, commenting on the recent events, expressed the hope that some day more professionals will come to power in Great Britain.

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“As for Mr. Johnson himself, he doesn’t like us. We don’t like him either,” added Peskov.

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“As for Mr. Johnson himself, he doesn’t like us. We don’t like him either,” added Peskov.

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On Thursday morning Johnson made a “polite phone” to Her Majesty Elizabeth II to announce his intention to step down.

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On Thursday morning Johnson made a “polite phone” to Her Majesty Elizabeth II to announce his intention to step down.

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Before announcing his resignation, the prime minister made full appointments to the cabinet.

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Before announcing his resignation, the prime minister made full appointments to the cabinet.

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Johnson said he will serve as head of the party and government until a new one is elected.

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Johnson said he will serve as head of the party and government until a new one is elected.

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Meanwhile, not everyone agrees that Johnson should remain as prime minister for a few more months.

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Meanwhile, not everyone agrees that Johnson should remain as prime minister for a few more months.

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Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson grew up in a respected family and received an excellent education: he graduated from Eton College and Oxford University.

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Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson grew up in a respected family and received an excellent education: he graduated from Eton College and Oxford University.

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However, all this does not prevent an aristocrat and politician with great experience from walking around in crumpled shirts and with hair, as if he never knew a comb.

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However, all this does not prevent an aristocrat and politician with great experience from walking around in crumpled shirts and with hair, as if he never knew a comb.

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Johnson is not English modest, talks about himself with pleasure, and always finds something gnawing about other political leaders.

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Johnson is not English modest, talks about himself with pleasure, and always finds something gnawing about other political leaders.

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Johnson jokingly noted that he already had a long list of offended.

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Johnson jokingly noted that he already had a long list of offended.

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The politician later denied many of his statements and said others had been taken out of context.

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The politician later denied many of his statements and said others had been taken out of context.

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“Boris is often very careless and of course this is bad for the prime minister,” Johnson’s source once told RIA Novosti.

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“Boris is often very careless and of course this is bad for the prime minister,” Johnson’s source once told RIA Novosti.

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Boris Johnson’s resignation was the culmination of a government crisis that erupted in Britain.

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As it turned out, the former deputy foreign minister for European and American affairs, Christopher Pincher, organized a drunken brawl in one of the clubs. Some politicians argued that Johnson knew his colleague’s past, but appointed him to a senior position.

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Johnson apologized and admitted that he “looked back and did something wrong,” but that did not save the day: dozens of officials left the government because of distrust of the prime minister.

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Press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov, commenting on the recent events, expressed the hope that some day more professionals will come to power in Great Britain.

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“As for Mr. Johnson himself, he doesn’t like us. We don’t like him either,” added Peskov.

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On Thursday morning Johnson made a “polite phone” to Her Majesty Elizabeth II to announce his intention to step down.

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Before announcing his resignation, the prime minister made full appointments to the cabinet.

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Johnson said he will serve as head of the party and government until a new one is elected.

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Meanwhile, not everyone agrees that Johnson should remain as prime minister for a few more months.

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Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson grew up in a respected family and received an excellent education: he graduated from Eton College and Oxford University.

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However, all this does not prevent an aristocrat and politician with great experience from walking around in crumpled shirts and with hair, as if he never knew a comb.

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Johnson is not English modest, talks about himself with pleasure, and always finds something gnawing about other political leaders.

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Johnson jokingly noted that he already had a long list of offended.

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The politician later denied many of his statements and said others had been taken out of context.

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“Boris is often very careless and of course this is bad for the prime minister,” Johnson’s source once told RIA Novosti.

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