Boris Johnson has said that he is now sufficiently recovered from Covid-19 and ‘raring to go’ on Monday.
The UK has welcomed the news and said it looks forward to him going on Monday.
Mr Johnson has been out of action for 3 weeks.
Although experts say if you take into consideration the amount of meetings he missed because he couldn’t be arsed to attend, he’s been out of action for ‘his entire time in Number 10’.
Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab has been standing in as deputy, with other senior Tories such as Matt Hancock, Priti Patel and Michael Gove also holding some of the daily briefings, as well as some lower ranking members of the cabinet.
Mr Johnson said he hopes the virus outbreak has been ‘a whistle stop tour’ of just what a shit storm of a government you end up when you elect ‘that funny bloke off the telly’ simply because he’s able to make your particular brand of racism palatable.
Mr Johnson has not be doing any official government work during his convalescence at Chequers.
And said he’s glad to be back to business as usual.
Mr Raab said the PMs return will be ‘a boost for the country’.
In a YouGov poll 82% of Brits said a Cadbury’s Boost would be ‘more welcome, more useful and more likely to lead the country successfully through the crisis.’