Politico Europe reports:
Boris Johnson’s premiership will end on September 6 under a timetable agreed Monday evening by Conservative Party bosses.
The U.K prime minister is set to step down from his role in eight weeks’ time, after a new Tory leader is elected in a ballot of party members ending September 5. Johnson’s anointed successor is likely to take over as Tory leader and U.K. prime minister the following day — Tuesday, September 6.
Graham Brady, the chairman of the 1922 committee of Tory backbenchers, which decides the leadership timetable, announced the terms on Monday night after the rules were rubber-stamped by the Conservative Party board.
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Boris Johnson’s premiership will end on September 6, after the Conservative Party elects a new leader. https://t.co/5fphTuh4EU
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