Boris Johnson said he wanted to "change the country for the better" after becoming the new British Prime Minister.
Speaking outside of Downing Street, he said that Britain would leave the EU "without ifs and buts" on October 31
"The doubters who Fiends, the Fiends, "who said that this could not be done, were" wrong, "the new Prime Minister added.
He also promised to regulate care for the elderly "once and for all". and invest in transport and education.
Reforms of the social care sector have escaped former governments because of their cost and complexity.
"We will fix it once and for all with a clear plan that we have prepared to give each elderly person the dignity and security he deserves," he said.
Mr. Johnson also highlighted a wide range of domestic ambitions, including improving infrastructure and "leveling" school spending, as well as reforms to ensure that the additional £ 20 billion earmarked for the NHS, "really the front ".
He pledged to strengthen the UK biotech and space sector, change tax rules to incentivize investment, and do more for the welfare of animals.
The new Prime Minister will shortly announce some appointments of executives in the Cabinet. It is believed that he will meet ministers, which he wants to dismiss in his offices in parliament.
Among those whose future is uncertain are Secretary of Economic Affairs Greg Clark and Northern Ireland Secretary Karen Bradley, both close associates of Ms. May.
There is also speculation that Jeremy Hunt will remain in the Cabinet, although he reports However, his leading rival has rejected the post of defense minister.
The former mayor of London set his priorities for the post and struck the "pessimists" who did not believe that Brexit could come about and called for an end to the three-year indecision.
"The people betting against Britain will lose their jerseys because we will restore confidence in our democracy," he said.
"It is time to act, make decisions, and change that country the better."
He said he had "every confidence" that Britain would leave the EU in 99 days with a deal, but the preparations for the "remote possibility" of a Brexit without a deal would be accelerated.
Mr. Johnson pledged to bring together all four United Kingdom nations – or what he called the "Super Foursome" – to strengthen a country after Brexit.
"Although it's me When I build a great team of men and women today, I take personal responsibility for the change I want to see," he concluded.
"No matter the backstop, the money stays with me."
Vicki Young of the BBC said she was impressed by the ambition of Mr. Johnson's goals beyond Brexit and the fact that he had personal responsibility for it would take over his success or failure.
Sir Keir Starmer of Labor said that Mr. Johnson's speech "All Rhetoric" and the new Prime Minister needed to show leadership rather than the "glib" responses he became known for.
The new Lib Dem leader, Jo Swinson, said she would welcome a bipartisan move to find a solution to welfare, but grabbed Johnson's "romp and bravado" over the Brexit.
Mr. Johnson took over after Theresa May gave the Queen her resignation. Some of their senior ministers have already stepped down, saying they can not serve under their successor.
Earlier, when she gave up power after three years, Ms. May said it was "the greatest honor" to be Prime Minister and wished her successor all the best.
In a farewell speech outside no. 10, she said the successes of his government would be the successes of our country.
The audience with Queen Elizabeth II lasted more than half an hour.
During his trip to Buckingham Palace, his car was briefly stopped by demonstrators from Greenpeace, who formed a human chain throughout the mall.
Carrie Symonds, Johnson's partner, and key employees were waiting for the new arrival of the Prime Minister on Downing Street.