According to the BBC report, on the evening of November 11 local time, the media director of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Lee Cain, announced that he would resign.
In a statement, Lee Cain said, “After careful consideration, I will resign as the media director of the Prime Minister’s Office this evening and will leave that position at the end of the year.”
Kane was a reporter for the “Mirror” and worked with Boris Johnson for many years. He first participated in the “Vote for Brexit” campaign during the Brexit referendum.
According to the BBC report, James Slack, currently the chief spokesperson of the Prime Minister’s Office, will succeed Kane. Some analysts said that Kane’s resignation was related to Johnson’s preparation to appoint him to another senior post in the Prime Minister’s Office, but this appointment caused controversy among parliamentarians, cabinet ministers and other members of the government. (Main station reporter Kang Yubin)