Boris Johnson holds his wife Carrie's hand as he bids farewell to Downing Street

Boris Johnson said “this is it, folks" as he gave his final speech as Prime Minister outside No10 Downing Street, highlighting his government's record on Brexit, supporting Ukraine and the Covid-19 vaccine rollout.Mr Johnson, who joked he would now be “re-entering the atmosphere and splashing down in some remote corner of the Pacific”, said he would be offering "fervent support" to Liz Truss' government during a "tough time" for households across the country.Tory MPs who had gathered to watch his speech broke into cheers as he finished his address. Mr Johnson held his wife's hand and shook hands with officials as he left the street to rapturous applause.