At the residence of the British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson's speech was commented on the day before, in which he was distracted by memories of a trip to the Peppa Pig World amusement park. This is reported by the Guardian newspaper.
"He (during his political career) made hundreds of speeches. I don't see anything unusual in the fact that people rarely get lost in space," Johnson's representative said.
He noted that the Prime Minister is absolutely healthy and has not lost his grip.
Downing Street also declined to comment on a report circulated by the BBC Broadcasting Corporation about concern in the cabinet over Johnson's behavior.
"I have seen several anonymous quotes, and, as you understand, I am not going to respond to anonymous sources," the representative of the Prime Minister summed up.
At a speech to British industrialists on Monday, November 22, Johnson talked for 20 seconds about "The World of Peppa Pig." He shared that he fell in love with this place for safe streets, discipline in schools, and a great emphasis on new public transport systems. The Prime Minister advised the audience to go to an amusement park, despite the slightly stereotypical attitude towards Papa Pig.