Boris Johnson’s “New Order” commitment in the UK
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will promise to establish a “New Order” by accelerating infrastructure investments, according to the speech notes published by the Prime Ministry office.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will consolidate his promise of spending billions of pounds on infrastructure investments to re-accelerate the economy affected by the coronavirus in his speech Tuesday.
Johnson, who has made spending commitments ahead of the general election in December, will announce an acceleration of £ 5 billion ($6.2 billion) of Road, school, and hospital investment and will pledge to publish a more spending strategy in the autumn.
According to the notes published by the Prime Ministry office, “We will build, build, build. We will build better, greener, faster.” “What is needed is a ‘New Order’ and a strong and determined government that will put its hand on the shoulders of the people in times of crisis,” Johnson said.
Johnson bought the majority with 80 seats in Parliament with the promise of correcting the rest of England by investing in infrastructure and labor. However, the outbreak of the pandemic crisis, which cost more than 43,000 lives and dragged the economy into recession, disrupted the British leader’s plans.