Boris Johnson gestures during an event. File
The main opposition Labour party accused Johnson, who is due to leave office on Sept.6, of having "one big party" as many Britons struggle with a surging cost-of-living crisis.
With inflation at its highest rate in decades and the UK predicted to slump into recession, people across England are also struggling with the impact of a drought officially declared on Friday.
But Johnson, who only returned to his Downing Street desk last week after enjoying a five-day belated honeymoon with wife Carrie in Slovenia, opted to take another break this week in Greece.
A Greek website posted footage of the British leader shopping at a supermarket in a coastal town near Athens, stocking up on items including food and wine.
"It's all just one big party for Boris Johnson while the country struggles to pay their bills," a spokesman for Labour said.
Confirming Johnson was on holiday this week, his spokesman told reporters he would "obviously be kept informed on any urgent issues and make decisions particularly those (related to) national security for example."
He noted deputy prime minister Dominic Raab could deputise for Johnson in any meetings, "but as far as I'm aware there are no such meetings currently scheduled."
Johnson will soon have a lot more free time after he hands power over to either Liz Truss or Rishi Sunak as the next Conservative leader in three weeks.
He was forced to announce his departure from office earlier this summer following dozens of resignations from his government over a slew of scandals.
Truss is currently the favourite to win a summer-long leadership contest set to be decided by approximately 200,000 Conservative party members.
The result will be announced on Sept.5, with the victor to replace Johnson the following day.
The former London mayor took office on Wednesday and swept out more than half the ministers who served Theresa May in the difficult closing months of her premiership.
Johnson, who officially took over from Theresa May on Wednesday and swiftly sacked most of her ministerial team, held the first meeting of his new cabinet of ministers on Thursday.
The two leaders spoke on Thursday, and Macron’s talks with Johnson would be in regard to the demands of the European Union about Brexit, the official added.
The Abu Dhabi International Hunting and Equestrian Exhibition (Adihex) witnessed the sale the costliest falcon ever throughout the exhibition’s 19 editions.
The incident happened on Friday evening during the demonstration of an experiment at the House of Culture in Catalan city of Girona, local media reported.
According to the details of the case the Ethiopian maid killed a twelve-year-old Saudi girl Nawal Al Bishi by stabbing her multiple times while she was sleeping.
The security statement added that the aforementioned perpetrator was arrested, and the investigation resulted in her getting convicted of committing the murder.