Boris Johnson He has been in Marbella since Friday as reported by the British press itself despite finding his country in full swing. supply crisis. Although the authorities have not confirmed their presence in Spain, it is true that the Prime Minister’s holidays have surprised everyone. United Kingdom since Downing Street stated that he would not have a vacation. Nor has it been possible to confirm whether the prime minister is accompanied by his wife Carrie and their one-year-old son Wilfred. According to The Mirror, Marbella is a traditional destination for British conservative politicians.
From various government sources they have argued that it is “reasonable” This break and they assure that the conservative leader has not taken a vacation abroad since December 2019, when he spent several days in a mansion on the Caribbean island of Mustique.
Boris and Carrie Johnson are expecting a new child at the end of the year, so the UK press says it is an opportunity to travel together before the new birth. The relaxations in the restrictions have also made it possible for the ‘premier’ to have been able to travel to Spain
The villa in which Jhonson could have settled, known as Torre Tramores, is seven kilometers from the Marbella coastIt has five suites on three floors and is normally rented for 25,000 pounds a week (30,000 euros). Thus, The Daily Mail, believes that Princess Diana could have spent a season there after her divorce from Prince Charles.
Stock-outs until Christmas
The British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, grudgingly admitted Sunday that the problems of shortages suffered by the United Kingdom could last until Christmas, but reiterated that it will not resort to “uncontrolled immigration” to solve them. In an interview on the BBC, Johnson was defensive to the questions of one of the most inquisitive interviewers on the public network, Andrew Marr, and tried to escape unscathed on the day the Conservative Party opens its annual congress in Manchester. (northern England).
Asked about some statements by the Minister of Economy, Rishi Sunak, in which he did not rule out that the supply crisis catch up to Christmas, the prime minister replied, “Rishi is always right in what he says.” For Johnson, the problems suffered by the British economy and that threaten to overshadow the congress, respond to the “period of adjustment” in the labor market after Brexit and the rapid post-pandemic recovery.
“What we see are the pressures and tensions suffered by an economy that is the fastest growing of the G7 countries,” Johnson insisted time and again to remove iron from crises in various sectors.