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Boris Johnson looked like a "deflated soufflé" when he stepped out of No. 10 to deliver his resignation speech as body language expert said the Prime Minister "still doesn't get" why he's been thrown out of office.
The Tory leader bid a sad farewell today from the "best job in the world" following a huge Cabinet walkout in the last 48 hours.
In the speech, he said it was "my, job, my duty, my obligation" to members of the public to continue to do what the party promised in 2019.
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"It is clearly now the will of the Parliamentary Conservative party that there should be a new leader of that party and therefore a new prime minister," Mr Johnson said.
"And I’ve agreed with Sir Graham Brady, the chairman of our back bench MPs, that the process of choosing that new leader should begin now.
"The timetable will be announced next week and I’ve today appointed a Cabinet to serve, as I will, until a new leader is in place."
Body language expert Judi James picked up on the embattled Prime Minister's emotions and said he "arrived with his face wreathed in frowns".
She told Daily Star: "There were physiological signs that suggested any shock of the past few hours had only just kicked in for a PM, who accused those plotting his downfall of being 'eccentric' and a 'herd'.
"This Boris was a deflated soufflé kept upright by what looked like suppressed anger and resentment.
"He arrived with his face wreathed in frowns of what looked like disbelief and as he spoke his cheeks seemed to drain of blood, making his skin look mottled."
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Mr Johnson insisted the nation must continue "levelling up" and said it's "painful" not to be able to see through different projects and ideas himself.
He paused while referring the public as "my friends" as his voice dropped to what Judi claimed as "a choke of sadness".
She added: "His body language might have hinted at moments of humility but only in between facial expressions of bewilderment that signalled he still really, really doesn't get why he has been thrown out of office."
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