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Now Johnson is promising Brexit miracles to his base, insisting he can take Britain out of the European Union with no deal and no economic disaster. He promises that a great bilateral trade deal with Trump will take care of any problems. All magical thinking, but the faithful want to believe. Will such scenes continue at Ten Downing Street? Sound familiar?
One has to ask how two great democracies have reached the point where they will both soon be led by politicians who lack basic decency, morals, and respect for truth. Johnson cultivates a bumbling image as a jokester, and British newspapers report that his calculated antics appeal to jaded voters who love to see authority mocked.
More critical perhaps, he faces an opposition Labour Party that seems determined to defeat itself. Labor leader Jeremy Corbyn has refused to reach out beyond his far left base or take the pro-Europe stand most Labour voters want. In other words, Labour is failing to grasp the opportunity to stand against a Conservative Party whose leader will most likely be revealed, sooner or later, as a charlatan.
Click here to see more Tap here to see more Tap here to see more. That the Darroch files emerged through a journalist, Isabel Oakeshott, who is a well-known Brexiteer has fed theories that this is all part of the battle over Brexit. Subscribe now. Tensions over the recent demonstrations in Hong Kong are the latest in a series of irritations that include policies towards Huawei and maritime rights in the South China Sea. In just two and a half years, the — Parliament made history with several firsts.
In the meantime, praised by the White House, he promises to make Britain great again. Skip to content.