"You put the gum-shield back in and then you get back on the pitch. That's what we're doing".
"None of us are in this business because we want to be luxuriating simply in being in Downing St because it's a wonderful place to be.
"It's a privilege to work here. We are doing wonderful things for our country and you should be very proud of what you're doing."
It comes after Mirza cited the PM's false claim that Starmer failed to prosecute Savile as her resignation reason, while other members of staff quit reportedly due to Partygate and other issues plaguing the prime minister.
So, as 'Big Dog' decided acting like a lion would be the most appropriate course of action, here's how people reacted:
Can you imagine Churchill quoting Rafiki from the Lion King? No? Neither can I.https://twitter.com/pippacrerar/status/1489568242138025985\u00a0\u2026
So, @borisjohnson when you are not partying do you only watch kids stuff? Peppy pig now the Lion king , what next?https://twitter.com/pippacrerar/status/1489568242138025985\u00a0\u2026
— Frenchie Mc Frenchface \ud83d\udc99 (@Frenchie Mc Frenchface \ud83d\udc99)
The PM\u2019s spokesperson confirms Boris Johnson quoted from the Lion King in an Downing Street staff meeting this morning, telling them: \u201cChange is good.\u201d\n\nThey couldn\u2019t confirm whether he\u2019s actually seen the Lion King or not.