"And I want you to know that we in this one nation conservative government will never ignore your good and positive feelings of warmth and sympathy towards the other nations of Europe", he added. It is expected to give Boris Johnson the opportunity to seamlessly complete the process of withdrawing Britain from the European Union. The Prime Minister went on to plead with Remainers to "find closure" with Brexit in a hope to unite the UK.
The Conservatives won the election and on Friday, Boris called for a "closure" over the Brexit.
In a statement posted on his Twitter account, Prime Minister Khan said: "I look forward to working with him and continuing the cooperation between our two countries".
Mr Johnson had called the election to break the deadlock in parliament over how to implement the 2016 referendum vote for Brexit, in which he had played a leading part.
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But despite nearly 14 million people voting in favour of Johnson's government, the comparatively tiny crowd, seemingly unable to get over the election result, became embroiled in violent clashes with the police.
Biden regularly expresses optimism about his ability to work with Republicans to get things done if elected president, while Warren and Sanders take a more adversarial tone toward their political rivals, showing much less desire to seek compromise.
Labour's support collapsed on Thursday, with the Tories taking many former strongholds in northern England and Wales that voted to leave the European bloc. Labour slumped to 203 seats, its worst showing since 1935.