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Audiences are puzzled as Boris Johnson sees painting in Marbella

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The public is perplexed as Boris Johnson saw him paint in Marbella. Credit: Andrew Parsons / No10 Downing Street flickr

Boris Johnson was pictured painting while on vacation in Marbella, Spain, much to the amazement of British audiences.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson left the country for Marbella on Friday despite escalating crises in the UK and has since relaxed and painted.

From rising energy prices to damning criticisms of how the health pandemic has been handled, truck shortages and empty supermarket shelves, the UK is bracing for a so-called ‘winter of dissatisfaction “.

People are furious after images were posted showing Johnson painting on vacation in the £ 25,000-a-week villa he apparently borrowed from a Tory peer, especially after ministers insisted he was working from a distance.

A spokesperson for the prime minister said on Monday: “The prime minister continues to be in the driver’s seat, as is always the case. The Prime Minister has already taken calls with the leaders and there will be more to follow. “

“The Prime Minister has been regularly updated on the work being done to resolve current issues related to fuels and supply chains. “

“He’s in regular contact with ministers and No.10.”

“He also continues to take calls, especially as Cop26 approaches.”

The prime minister’s vacation comes less than two months after he and then-Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab were criticized for going on vacation during the Afghan crisis.

Critics of Johnson were quick to compare him to Prime Minister and fellow World War II painter Winston Churchill – whom Johnson also idolizes.

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