Boris Johnson says it's "time for politics to be over" as he used his farewell speech to throw his support behind incoming British Prime Minister Liz Truss.
He'll now head to Balmoral in Aberdeenshire in Scotland, to see Queen Elizabeth to hand in his official resignation
The outgoing Prime Minister outlined his achievements in office, to a packed Downing Street in London this morning, including 'getting Brexit done', the Covid vaccine rollout and support for Ukraine.
The British Labour Party's deputy leader Angela Rayner described his comments as a "classic Boris Johnson speech", but in her opinion, not in a good way.
She described Mr Johnson as being is "completely deluded about what's happened over the past couple of years and the crisis that people are facing".
Ms Rayner said his speech "stunk of all the hallmarks of somebody who's had a privileged background, who thinks they can just do what they like.2
Meanwhile, former Taoiseach Bertie Ahern believes there will be 'one more try' for the issues around Northern Ireland Protocol to be resolved by diplomatic means.
Mr Ahern was speaking ahead of the confirmation of new Conservative Party leader Liz Truss as the next British Prime Minister.
He says 'time will tell' what kind of leader Ms Truss will be, adding that the next Secretary of State for the North will be crucial.