Post Brexit: Boris Johnson to Make the UK a Science Superpower

Post Brexit: Boris Johnson to Make the UK a Science Superpower
Boris Johnson, who has been elected the U.K.’s incoming prime minister, arrives at the Conservative Party’s headquarters in central London on Tuesday.

UK’s Prime Minister, Boris Johnson says he will make the UK “a science superpower” after Brexit.

Johnson made this known in his New Year message noting that Brexit will provide new opportunities to pioneer developments in biosciences, artificial intelligence and battery and wind power technology, and create millions of high-skilled jobs.

“This is an amazing moment for this country,” Johnson said in a statement released by his office. “We have our freedom in our hands and it is up to us to make the most of it.”

Over the months ahead, Johnson’s government has a more pressing emergency – racing to roll out vaccines fast enough to control the coronavirus. With a record 55,892 new daily cases recorded on Thursday, and another 964 deaths, the pandemic is entering what ministers say is a highly dangerous phase.

“We know that we have a hard struggle still ahead of us for weeks and months, because we face a new variant of the disease that requires a new vigilance,” Johnson said. “But as the sun rises tomorrow on 2021 we have the certainty of those vaccines, pioneered in a U.K. that is also free to do things differently, and if necessary better, than our friends in the EU.”

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