Boris Johnson praises Peppa Pig and loses his place in muddled talk

Boris Johnson criticized civil servants’ creativity for not conceiving the children’s cartoon character Peppa Pig, giving a rambling speech to business leaders in North East England in which he also compared himself to a Moses and imitated the noise of a speeding car.

Speaking at the annual conference of the Confederation of British Industry, the British prime minister toured a variety of topics – confirming the announcement made by Downing Street overnight that new regulations would force developers to install electric car charging points and herald a fresh new start. Green industrial revolution.

However, he also became distracted at some points, asking executives to raise their hands if they had been to Peppa Pig World in Hampshire, where he was said to have taken his son, Wilf, with his wife Carrie for the weekend.

Johnson insisted that «government can’t fix everything, and government sometimes has to get out of your hair», claiming that «the real engine of growth is not government» but in fact the private sector, which he praised for its energy and originality.

To illustrate, Mr. Johnson explained: “Yesterday I went, as we all should, to Peppa Pig World. Raise your hand if you’ve been to Peppa Pig World!»

«Loved it. Peppa Pig World is very much my kind of place. It has very safe streets, a system in schools, and a lot of focus on new mass transit systems. Even if it’s a bit stereotyped about Daddy Pig.»

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