Conservative party member Boris Johnson, the dyed-in favorite to succeed Prime Minister Theresa May in Downing Street 10, is willing to raise the British government loan to implement certain public infrastructure projects.
In his battle with Jeremy Hunt for the British premiership, Johnson tells Sky News that there is also enough ‘cash’ in stock.
“The government has not spent enough money on economic growth. If we can borrow money at low interest rates, so that we can give the country and the British more prosperity in the long run, then we have to do that.”
The controversial politician further said in the interview that a “disorderly brexit” is in no one’s favor and that he is certain that he will pull a deal out of it.
“We’re getting out of October 31, with or without an agreement.”