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Keir Starmer issues response to Boris Johnson’s resignation

today7 July 2022 9

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Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has called for a “proper change of government” following an announcement that Boris Johnson will step down as Prime Minister. Sir Starmer has said that Mr Johnson’s resignation was “good news” but bluntly stated that it was not just a Tory at the top that needed changing.

He went on to say that the Prime Minister’s resignation is something that “should have happened long ago” and that “all those who have been complicit should be utterly ashamed.”

The full statement that Sir Starmer posted to Twitter read: “It is good news for the country that Boris Johnson has resigned as Prime Minister. But it should have happened long ago. He was always unfit for office. He has been responsible for lies, scandal and fraud on an industrial scale. And all those who have been complicit should be utterly ashamed.

“The Tory Party have inflicted chaos upon the country during the worst cost of living crisis in decades and they cannot now pretend they are the ones to sort it out. They have been in power for 12 years.

“The damage they have done is profound. 12 years of economic stagnation, 12 years of declining public services, 12 years of empty promises. Enough is enough.

“We don’t need to change the Tory at the top – we need a proper change of government. We need a fresh start for Britain.”

Mr Johnson announced earlier this morning he would resign as Prime Minister, after 59 MPs handed in their resignation this week.

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