MOVING vans have been pictured outside Downing Street as the end of Boris Johnson's premiership looms. 

The photos have prompted questions over where the outgoing Prime Minister, who is currently on holiday in Greece, will spend his last few weeks in post. 

Downing Street was unable to confirm on Monday whether the Prime Minister would be returning to work from No 10 after his latest holiday.

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It was reported over the weekend that Johnson is spending a week in Greece, with locals spotting him shopping alongside wife Carrie in a supermarket in Nea Makri, a town to the east of Athens.

That holiday swiftly follows another break earlier this month, and comes amid warnings of further inflation and the threat of a recession later this year.

The Prime Minister’s official spokesman confirmed on Monday that the current Tory leader is on leave and will return this weekend, but shed little light on where he will spend his time once he is back.

The spokesman told reporters that Johnson had paid for his own holiday and would be kept informed of any pressing Government business while away.

But he did not confirm where the shamed Prime Minister would be working from, and if he would be returning to his Downing Street flat, when he gets back from holiday.

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“The Prime Minister is on holiday this week,” he said.

“As is the way with prime ministers as you know by virtue of their role they’ll obviously be kept informed on any urgent issues and make decisions particularly those (related to) national security for example.”

He added: “If there were urgent decisions that required the PM’s input he will, of course, be involved in that. But the Deputy Prime Minister (Dominic Raab) is able to be deputised for meetings should they come up but as far as I’m aware there are no such meetings currently scheduled.”