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The worst turncoat of British politics

Boris Johnson has told the Nation, surprisingly, why he made the Deal, Theresa May, with the EU now wants to support. The step is painful, said the former Minis

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The worst turncoat of British politics

Boris Johnson has told the Nation, surprisingly, why he made the Deal, Theresa May, with the EU now wants to support. The step is painful, said the former Minister of foreign Affairs, but he "had to ensure that the Parliament steals the Brexit". And then he said that one could remain consistent and pur – but in the end, just the lost, then maybe what you have fought.

at this point all that had read the Statement of Johnson to the end broke out in laughter. A consistent and pure, he had never been. Johnson, next to his old friend and later opponent, the environment Minister, Michael Gove, as one of the worst turncoats in the British policy. His turnaround is probably more due to the fact that May has promised their withdrawal from the office of the Prime Minister, if your Deal should be approved by Parliament. So the Tories would need, should it come to this, a new Prime Minister. And Boris Johnson, so he has never thought, behind the mountain, was the first choice.

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on Monday he had in his weekly column in the Daily Telegraph, in typical Boris-language – metaphors, a salad, a couple of quotes from Greek myths plus plenty of Pathos – these are the Deal of the devil desired. The country had been impaled on the horns of a dilemma, squatting between the devil and the deep blue sea. On the one side, Scylla standing with the Backstop, the hated catch-all solution for Northern Ireland, on the other Charybdis, with an infinite displacement of the Brexit. And then he concluded, if it had not always understood each, with a biblical quote that he taught at the "Pharaoh of Brussels": "Let my people go."

Well, on Wednesday, everything was different, and Johnson stood on the side of those who May and out of the EU wanted to contract all the best. The desire of the former mayor of London, to inherit May, is regarded by the majority of his group as a disaster; the population of the flamboyante politicians, however, has good cards. The betting offices, the rate in the UK everything and everyone, lead him to the very front.

to make the confusion complete, came on Thursday to news of Johnson. The Standard quoted him as saying, the Deal May be "dead anyway". He had signaled his approval, because he thought that it won't anyway, come to the oath? That would be typical of Johnson, who was one of the fathers of the Brexit campaign. However, it was later became known that he had never been a staunch Brexiteer. Johnson had, before the exit campaign rubbed, two columns in his drawer – a, in which he for the Brexit uttered, one in which he argued for remaining in the EU. The Brexit seemed to him at the time, ultimately promising. (Editorial Tamedia)

Created: 29.03.2019, 13:14 PM

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