He has now taken over in Number 10 after being invited to form a government by The Queen at Buckingham Palace.
Britain’s new Prime Minister will be privy to all the biggest secrets in government – including issuing his final orders to our Vanguard nuclear submarines.
And in further prep for a potential nuclear war, he will be given access to a top secret complex hidden beneath London.
Officially, this bunker does not even exist.
Boris will be invited for his first look as PM at the complex known as PINDAR.
“PINDAR is officially described as a ‘protected crisis management facility’”
It is a top secret military complex around 700ft away across Whitehall hidden beneath the Ministry of Defence.
And it is said to be connected by a secret tunnel to the Cabinet Office and Downing Street.
PINDAR is said to be buried four stories deep beneath layers upon layers of concrete.
It is named after a Greek poet whose house was left standing when Thebes was razed in 335 BCE.
The bunker is believed to have cost £128 million to build – with construction finished in 1994.
It is designed to survive a nuclear attack, EMP blasts and is a full-stocked autonomous command centre.
Bedrooms, bathrooms, briefing suites and even a television studio litter the complex.
The colossal citadel complex’s official size and scale are highly classified state secrets.
Hidden from sunlight, people within PINDAR live and work of three shift systems – working, resting and sleeping.
Once in the bunker, Boris will be be referred to as the “Principal” as war breaks out above ground.
His office will have a direct-line to Donald Trump in the White House.
He will also have a direct line to the commanders of the Trident-armed attack submarines.
It is unclear how long the PM will be able to survive in PINDAR if it becomes cut-off from the outside world.
One hundred top politicians and military commanders will also be shepherded into the bunker along with the Prime Minister, it is understood.
The bunker is believed to be permanently on high alert and ready to react at a moment’s notice to the outbreak of nuclear war.
PINDAR is officially described as a “protected crisis management facility”.
And drills are held throughout the year to ensure it is always prepared.
Rumours persist that PINDAR is also connected secretly to the London Underground.
But armed forces minister Jeremy Hanley was said the bunker is not connected to transport links in 1994.
He gave a rare glimpse into the bunker as he took questions on it in the House of Commons, but he gave very little away to a fascinated public.
When asked how many beds it had, he replied “sufficient”, and when asked how long people can survive inside he said “as long as is considered operationally necessary”.
Boris takes over Downing Street as Britain remains locked in a time of international turmoil – and that is without the ongoing pains on Brexit.
The new PM will be taking over a worsening crisis in the Gulf, with a British tanker currently impounded by Iran.
And Boris will have to square up to Vladimir Putin as Britain’s relationship with Russia remains frosty at best over Syria, Crimea, the Baltic and the poisonings in Salisbury.
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