In the short message service Twitter rapidly spread the contribution the Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, after playing a key scene in the love movie "Love Actually": A man confesses with messages on cardboard the wife of a friend to describe his love. Of the Film in Germany under the title "Actually ... love", came in 2003 in the cinemas.
Johnson, the scene of his own: He's ringing in the contribution to the holiday season at the doorstep of a woman and asks her, with the help of messages on signs to choose his party, the Conservative party ("Vote Conservative actually").
Brexit, actually. pic.twitter.com/4ryuh19c75— Boris Johnson (@Boris Johnson) December 9, 2019
one of the signs it is in reference to the head of the Labour party Jeremy Corbyn: "The other could win." The post with Christmas flair, a reference to the movie, and a jab at Hugh Grant, who plays in the Original one of the main roles, was a lot of praise in the UK.
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Grant is one of the most outspoken critics of Johnson's and supported candidates from the opposition parties. He draws with them door-to-door to encourage the British to the tactical Choose. As before, the Conservatives in polls ahead of the game. However, Johnson can be a victory due to the majority electoral law in the UK, not sure.
Shortly after Johnson had tweeted his contribution, the Labour candidate, Rosena Allin-Khan and threw Johnson to have your idea for the choice of advertising swiped. Also she had imitated the key scene of love film - but for Labour to be advertised. She had her post on 22. November, published.
The choice at this election... #love actually #MerryXmas #Tooting pic.twitter.com/laP589NlMm— Dr Rosena Allin-Khan (@DrRosena) November 22, 2019
The British choose this Thursday for their new Parliament. Johnson currently leads a minority government and wants to secure the election of more support for Brexit agreement. (Dec/sda)
Created: 10.12.2019, 14:23 PM