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By far, Britain's former foreign secretary, Boris Johnson, led Britain's ruling Conservative Party, succeeding Prime Minister Teresa Mae.

Johnson defeated his rival, Foreign Minister Jeremy Hunt, to become Britain's next prime minister, according to Conservative Party results released Tuesday (July 23).

Former London mayor and former secretary of state received 92,153 votes out of about 159,000 party members, compared to 46,656 votes and will take over as prime minister on Wednesday afternoon after a visit to Queen Elizabeth II to form the next government.

Boris Johnson gave a brief speech about the implementation of Britain's exit from the European Union. He also pledged to review the relationship with European partners and work to fulfill Britain's ambitions.

In his speech, Johnson pledged to win Britain's exit from the European Union. He also pledged to review the relationship with European partners and work to fulfill Britain's ambitions. Johnson thanked outgoing Prime Minister Teresa Mae for her "exceptional" service.

WB / HZ (AFP, AFP, Reuters)

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