Well, it's going to be a very interesting ride, to say the least....
I saw an article earlier this morning in the side column on the BBC News website but it seems to have disappeared now!
For those who don't wish to click, a few snippets are here below:
The UK has a new prime minister, and while Boris Johnson's biggest challenge is delivering Brexit, he will soon find plenty more on his agenda.
World leaders will be eagerly studying Mr Johnson's previous opinions and positions to try to decide how he might act as prime minister.
Luckily, his two years as foreign secretary, decades of newspaper and magazine columns, and a wealth of interviews will provide them with plenty of material.
US: Trump's 'many, many good qualities'
The special relationship just got more special. Donald Trump and Boris Johnson are - if not best buddies, then keen admirers of one another.
It hasn't always been the case. In 2015, when Mr Trump was running for president, he falsely stated that parts of London were no-go areas. In response, Mr Johnson - then mayor of London - accused him of a "quite stupefying ignorance that makes him frankly unfit to hold the office of president of the United States".
Turkey: Creative rhyming
We're now in a situation where the leader of one country - Mr Johnson - has written a rude award-winning poem about the leader of another - Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Mr Johnson's 2016 limerick - which included an obscene reference to a goat and a creative new word to rhyme with "Ankara" - won him £1,000. He and Mr Erdogan met months later, and the limerick was apparently not mentioned.
Papua New Guinea: 'Cannibalism and chief-killing'
"For 10 years," he wrote in a newspaper column in 2006, "we in the Tory party have become used to Papua New Guinea-style orgies of cannibalism and chief-killing."
He said he was happy to "add Papua New Guinea to my global itinerary of apology", but has not yet visited.