Boris Johnson hosts global climate change activists at Downing Street
Boris Johnson hosts global climate change activists at Downing Street

Boris Johnson hosts global climate change activists at Downing Street

The event took place on Tuesday (9) in Downing Street.

Global climate activists in Downing Street.

By: Pramod Thomas

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson hosted global activists from across the UK at Downing Street, including 7-year-old climate activist Aleesha Gadhia and British journalist Kiran Rai, a statement said.

During the meeting on Tuesday (9), Johnson exuded confidence that his successor will have the fiscal firepower and space to continue taking care of people.

Gadhia, from Nottinghamshire, who recently won the Child Of Britain Awards 2022, said: “I’m so happy to meet Johnson and I’m so excited to be nominated again for this award as I won it last year passed in 2021”.

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Rai said Aleesha is an inspiration to many people.

Johnson said: “In these difficult financial times, people are feeling the pinch in our country and are feeling the impact particularly of the energy price rises caused by (Vladimir) Putin’s war in Ukraine and of course it is right that the government is doing everything we can to to help and we’re putting £1,200 into the pockets of the most vulnerable eight million households and £400 for everyone to help with the cost of energy, £300 for pensioners, £150 from council tax, and the money will keep coming in throughout the fall, with more coming in September and October.

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“And of course, as some of you may have gathered, this will be one of my last Downing Street garden events and there will be a new Prime Minister very soon, I can tell you for sure that there will be. either male or female.”

He added that he would make some announcements in September/October about what we’re going to do next to help people in the coming December/January period.

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In the audience was 7-year-old Tom Hudgel, who had both his legs amputated and raised £1m.

“Tony has already raised £1 million for the hospital which I think helped save your life Tony and you’ve also set up Tony’s Law to make sure people don’t suffer the kind of abuse that you have suffered so tragically and I thank you. , Tony, for coming,” Johnson added.