Johnson reveals BBC request ahead of Queen’s death

Former British Prime Minister Boris Johnson asked the BBC to interview him about Queen Elizabeth II as dead, but he refused.

This happened during a meeting of the House of Commons, dedicated to the memory of Queen Elizabeth II. Johnson, who recently resigned, said: “I hope Parliament will not object if I begin my speech with a personal confession. to give an interview about Her Majesty. We sat down, the camera began to shoot, and then I was asked to speak about it in the past tense … There was a lump in my throat, and I could not continue. I can hardly hold back my tears… I had to ask them to leave.”

On Thursday, September 8, Buckingham Palace announced the death of Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain, who ruled the country for more than 70 years, in Scotland at the age of 96.

Source: RIA Novosti

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