"It's not necessarily what I wanted but at least we know where we stand and Brexit will happen in some form or other".
"Oven ready!" chanted his supporters in the constituency, once held by former Labour prime minister Tony Blair.
On Friday evening, protesters descended on Whitehall, central United Kingdom, waving flags and placards while shouting "not my Prime Minister" just hours after Johnson pledged to heal the divisions of Brexit, as he returned to Downing Street after securing a crushing victory in Thursday's election over Labour, The Daily Mail reported.
In a direct message to Labour people who had broken "the voting habits of generations" to vote for his party he said that he and the Conservative Party "will repay your trust".
"What an incredible thing you have done, you have changed the political landscape, you've changed the Conservative Party for the better and you've changed the future of our country for the better", said Johnson.
Meanwhile, pro-Conservative paper The Telegraph, which once counted Johnson as a columnist, highlighted that the ruling party was set for its "biggest success since (Margaret) Thatcher", who won a landslide vote in 1987.
A number of current senior figures from Corbyn's team are expected to be in the running, including Brexit spokesman Keir Starmer, Foreign Affairs spokeswoman Emily Thornberry and Business spokeswoman Rebecca Long-Bailey.
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Harry's heartbreak is all over Fine Line , released on December 13, and one song seems to be explicitly about the French model. He said: "It was a pin I had on my guitar strap and we made T-shirts for it, then I saw a lot of t-shirts around".
The Scottish National Party: Nicola Sturgeon was the other big victor in the election, sweeping up 48 out of 55 MPs elected in Scotland.
In a tweet on Friday, she said: "Independent Inquiry into Islamophobia is a must first step".
Johnson has already ruled out the idea of any imminent Scottish independence referendum, but the issue is not likely to go away.
A former candidate for the post of London's mayor, Mr Goldsmith lost his seat as an MP for a second time in three years.
After five weeks of campaigning, Johnson was declared victor of the United Kingdom election Thursday when the BBC's exit poll results were broadcast at 10 p.m.
The Liberal Democrats leader Jo Swinson resigned after losing her seat in Scotland to an SNP candidate.
The prime minister will now move swiftly to ratify the Brexit deal he sealed with Brussels, allowing Britain to exit the bloc, more than 40 years after it originally joined, at the end of next month almost a year later than originally planned and three-and-a-half years after Britain voted to leave.