Boris Johnson Draws Fire For 'Unworkable' Brexit Plan
Friday, 14 June 2019 Boris Johnson is under fire at home and abroad after breaking cover to reveal his Brexit plan to a storm of criticism, while admitting he will duck a live TV debate, The Independent reports. The overwhelming favorite to be prime minister next month was ridiculed for claiming a fear of Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage would force Brussels to grant him a better deal for leaving the European Union – one senior EU figure saying: “No one is scared of him.”“The Conservative party may be being held hostage to Nigel Farage, but the EU never will be,” Sophie in't Veld, deputy to the European Parliament’s Brexit chief, also told The Independent – condemning Johnson’s “populist lies.” The frontrunner...
According to Business Insider, "Boris Johnson is running to be prime minister on a platform of being able to "unite" the United Kingdom after Brexit. However, he previously published a poem calling for the "extermination" of Scottish people." The poem was a satirical piece called 'Friendly Fire' by...
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has accused Conservative leadership candidates Jeremy Hunt and Boris Johnson of using the possibility of a no-deal Brexit as a way to form a new trade agreement with Donald..
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Boris Johnson disagrees with Met Assistant Commissioner Neil Basu's opinion that media organisations should shoulder part of the blame for the leaking of Sir Kim Darroch's diplomatic cables. Mr Johnson..
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