london - The negotiations on the withdrawal of Britain have no hurry. That is the figurehead of the proponents of a British exit from the European Union, Boris Johnson, said Friday in his victory speech.
Johnson, his great rival and party colleague David Cameron a few hours before his resignation as prime minister heard announcing, did not focus on the vacant leadership of the Conservative Party. It is an open secret in Westminster that he runs hot to succeed Cameron.
The flamboyant former mayor of London assured that for the time being nothing will change for the British. He looks to have no reason to Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, which governs the departure of an EU Member State, to run. EU leaders just urge a quick goodbye procedure.
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