Boris Johnson’s New Priorities See the U.K. Boycott Davos

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(Bloomberg) — Boris Johnson will not attend the World Economic Forum in Davos next year, nor will any of his ministers, a U.K. official said.

The prime minister won an 80-seat majority in last week’s election by promising to deliver on the priorities of ordinary British people, principally getting Britain out of the European Union Jan. 31.

He is now branding his administration as “the people’s government,” an image that might be undermined by the sight of him or his team brushing shoulders with the global elite at a Swiss ski resort.

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