LONDON (Reuters) – As a prime minister on Wednesday, Boris Johnson is expected to reveal the best team in government who is tasked with delivering Brexit by the end of October, with or without deal.
The former London mayor won the contest to replace Theresa May Tuesday by securing the leadership of the Conservative Party in a campaign that the UK put to the fore to engage with the European Union.
Johnson's cabinet options will help him to plan and manage the fifth largest economy in the world at one of the worst moments of his modern history.
“Boris will build a cabinet that will show all the talents within the party that truly reflect modern Britain,” said a source close to Johnson.
May Downing Street leaves later on Wednesday to resign for the Queen, who will formally appoint Johnson.
And the pound stuck close to a two-year ball against the US dollar. Due to increased concerns about Brexit “no deal”, investors have the right to see who are the main roles as Chancellor, foreign secretary and Minister Brexit .
The highest number of ethnic minority politicians are expected to attend as ministers including Priti Patel, retired former assistant minister in 2017 over unquoted meetings with Israeli officials, and the employment minister. Alok Sharma.
It is also expected that more women will act as full cabinet members.
Oliver Dowden, deputy chief executive of David Cameron, former sports minister Tracey Crouch, Junior Minister for Finance, Robert Jenrick, and Rishi Sunak, pro-Brexit maker, is also emerging.
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Home Secretary Sajid Javid has fallen far and wide to stay in a top position and the British Johnson media saw him in front of lawmakers after winning his victory.
Two junior ministers have already retired from Johnson's plans, and Chancellor Philip Hammond and the Minister for Justice David Gauke said they intend to resign before they are released.
In one of his first appointments before joining Downing Street, Johnson made many Sky manager Andrew Griffith as a business consultant, who was tasked with repairing relationships with the corporate sector before Brexit.
The Daily Telegraph said that Johnson will appoint career diplomat David Frost as the European Union's sherpa and advisor to Europe.
Britain will now be dominated by a distinctive figure known for its ambition, tidy hair, fluid and fragile policy data.
The 2016 referendum showed that the UK split much more than the EU, and contributed significantly to the search for everything from regional turmoil and immigration to capitalism, empire heritage and what Welsh means in life. modern.
Johnson is committed to dealing with a new divorce deal with the EU to ensure a smooth transition. However, if the Union refuses to renegotiate, it promised that it would in any case – “make or die” – at the current agreed date of 31 October – Halloween.
Many investors and economists say that such a rapid step would be in line with global markets and would bring the world's fifth economy into the recession or even very chaotic.
Edited by William Maclean
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