Boris Johnson is headed for 10 Downing Street as the next British Prime Minister.
Johnson has been declared the winner of the Conservative Party leadership race to succeed Theresa May. He takes over from her officially on Wednesday. And, the major challenge confronting him is how to deliver Brexit for his country.
- Helen Thomas is the CEO and Founder of Blonde Money, an economic consulting firm.
- Garret Martin is a professorial lecturer at the School of International Service at American University.
- Suzanne Lynch is the Washington correspondent for The Irish Times.
- Klaus Larres is a senior fellow at the Center for Transatlantic Relations, Johns Hopkins University
“The plan is what the campaign was all about… which is to deliver Brexit, unite the country and then defeat Jeremy Corbyn and it's clear that (Boris Johnson) is focussing very much on doing those three things” – Brexit minister James Cleverly@JamesCleverly | #newsnight pic.twitter.com/7zl7Dr4AM4
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