Conservative MPs give Boris Johnson a standing ovation as he leaves the Commons after his final PMQs

Boris Johnson will face his final session of Prime Minister's Questions today as he continues his long goodbye from Downing Street.With MPs heading away from Westminster for their summer break from tomorrow, today's PMQs is the last before Mr Johnson is replaced as Tory leader.He is likely to seize on the opportunity to hail his legacy as the Prime Minister that got Brexit done, to highlight Britain's swift Covid vaccine rollout, and to urge his successor to maintain his 'levelling up' agenda'.Mr Johnson also might not be able to resist a parting dig at Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer, who he has previously dubbed 'Captain Hindsight', 'Sir Beer Korma', and 'Captain Crasheroonie Snoozefest'.

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