When he stepped down as Prime Minister, Boris Johnson said he was sad to be leaving the best job in the world. His wife Carrie, on the other hand, wants to move out as soon as possible. She allegedly found 10 Downing Street like a prison.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson tearfully resigned as Torries leader on July 7. “I want you to know how sad I am about leaving the best job in the world, but that’s the way it is.”

Apparently, his wife Carrie Johnson is less sad about the resignation. She found 10 Downing Street “like a prison”, reports the British newspaper “Daily Mail”. She now wants to make a clear break with politics and move out as soon as possible.

The apartment, which was expensively furnished by the politician’s wife herself, is nice, but doesn’t have its own outdoor area. “The garden is shared with the staff and you cannot move outside the gates without people following you or taking photos. This is a nightmare.”

According to the report, the avid environmentalist now wants to focus on her charity work when the new Tory leader takes the helm in September.

Recently, Lord Ashcroft’s explosive book, First Lady: Intrigues at the Court of Carrie and Boris Johnson, caused a stir. It portrays Boris Johnson as a weak Prime Minister who enrages his advisers by Woman allowed to influence politics and appointments.

The Tory peer claims Boris Johnson is “completely mesmerized” by his wife, 33, and cuts a “lonely” figure surrounded by her close friends, who are now among his most influential aides. It is almost a “puppet” of his wife.

In fact, Boris Johnson broke new ground for her: He was the first prime minister in 200 years of English history to marry while in office. The date for his successor has now been set: the new British Prime Minister is to be announced on September 5th.

Attitudes towards work also change over the generations. Much to the chagrin of Europapark boss Mack, who is currently desperately looking for workers for his amusement park. He cannot understand the work ethic of the younger generation, which is geared towards balance and little stress.

It’s all over just 29 months after founding her financial technology company, Rubarb. Chancellor Olaf Scholz’s two nephews have to file for bankruptcy. It is a mystery to investors how they could lose their money in such a short time.

The Federal Association for Road Haulage is certain that the shortage of truck drivers will continue to worsen in the coming years. The reasons for this are said to be the unattractiveness of the profession and the driving license law. Above all, however, the aging of active truck drivers is becoming increasingly problematic.

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