‘Premier’ insists on staying in office despite not having confidence of 41% of his own party’s deputy
- United Kingdom How much time does Boris Johnson have left?
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boris johnson He has given assurances before the British Parliament that “nothing and no one” will stop him as prime minister. The Conservative leader was greeted with alternating cheers and cheers two days after his return to Westminster. After overcoming the censorship frenzy of his own party Despite 41% of his deputies vote against.
The ‘Premier’ has had a harsh exchange with Labor Angela Eagle, who initially warned: “What happened this week has shown how much hatred this Prime Minister is even within his own party. Partition to be able to meet the challenges before us. If their own 148 representatives do not trust them, why should the rest of the country?
“I will continue my work and complete the British”has responded to ‘Premier’, which has claimed to have faced “political rivals” in its long career, precisely “to achieve great and remarkable things that they do not necessarily support.”
Leader of Labor Opposition, Keer starrer. Recalling the criticism made by his own deputies, accused “Long-term vision loss” of your government.
The spokesman for Scottish nationalists, Ian Blackford, has been more sharp, comparing Johnson to “the black knight of Monty Python, wandering aimlessly and it’s just a wound.” “For once in his life, he needs to wake up to reality,” concluded Blackford. “Nothing can free him from the truth: this story will not end until he is gone.”
However, Johnson plans to counterattack on several fronts, culminating with legislation next week. Unilaterally discard the most controversial points of the Irish Protocol, Dozens of “rebel” deputies have warned in advance that they could vote against their own government and force a legislative paralysis in the coming months.
Johnson’s internal opposition is made up of very different factions which he calls himself the “Coalition of Anarchy”. In the absence of a common leader or clear strategy, the Johnson government’s initiative aimed at a legislative boycott, followed by a change in the internal rules of the Conservative Party. Allow a fresh motion of censure within one year,
The Battle of Ireland Protocol, however, stands out as the first litmus test since the censure motion. Weighty figures in the Conservative Party, such as Damien Green, Jesse Norman and Oliver Heald, may lead internal opposition from ‘Tory’ seats.
Johnson’s haste has also put Brussels and Dublin in danger. Irish Prime Minister Michel Martin warned on Wednesday that a unilateral withdrawal from the deal with the European Union would be an “all-time low” for London.
Johnson plans to return to action this Thursday with the announcement of an expansion of Margaret Thatcher’s initial plan to allow access to families’ assets in public housing, in any case. The ‘Premier’ is under pressure from the right-wing parties of the party to announce a tax cut. Johnson can also take advantage of the situation force a government crisis And introduce significant changes before summer.
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