Former Prime Minister
Boris Johnson joins a television station
Boris Johnson is always good for a surprise. The ex-prime minister will soon appear as a moderator, program maker and commentator – with unvarnished views.
Great Britain’s former prime minister Boris Johnson (59) has another new job. He announced that he wanted to work for the conservative television station GB News in the future. “I will share my unvarnished views on everything on this remarkable new TV channel – Russia, China, the war in Ukraine,” he said in a video message.
The politician also said he wanted to talk about how to meet these challenges and why he believes “our best days are still ahead of us” and why people around the world want to see “a more global Britain”.
Johnson resigned as Prime Minister in the summer of 2022 after several scandals under pressure from his party. A few months ago he also gave up his mandate in parliament. When he announced a little later that he would become a columnist for the tabloid Daily Mail, he was criticized by a supervisory body.
He will appear as a presenter, program maker and commentator on the GB News television station, according to the company’s website. Johnson should therefore be seen from the new year. He will play an important role in reporting on the upcoming elections in Great Britain and the USA.