During the period of the pandemic the prime minister of the UK went through “too much frustration and hardship just to settle his status quo”.
There has been widespread criticism of his handling of the Covid-19 crisis amid rising infections in the country. Boris Johnson has promised to build a “new Jerusalem” in his speech to the virtual Conservative conference.
Despite suggestions that the prime minister had “lost his mojo” as “drivel” he said that the “post-Covid” situation in the UK would act as a “catalyst” for a major change.
In his speech he said: “Even in the darkest moments we can see the bright future ahead. And we can see how to build it and we will build it together.” He insisted that “we will not content ourselves with a repair job”.
Johnson said the government would make the country a “world leader” in green energy and “fix the injustice” of share home funding. He went on mentioning changes the government intends to make post-Covid-19.
However, this continues to prompt questions whether these goals will ever be achieved as the government has been failing to fulfil most of its promises during the pandemic.
Addressing critics of his leadership, Johnson said: “I have read a lot of nonsense recently, about how my own bout of Covid has somehow robbed me of my mojo.
“And of course this is self-evident drivel, the kind of seditious propaganda that you would expect from people who don’t want this government to succeed, who wanted to stop us delivering Brexit and all our other manifesto pledges.”
The prime minister said the government will not resolve back to 2019, but to do better to reform and build a better country.