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Brexit, the father of Boris Johnson in Puglia: My son? After the vote he needs a vacation here
"To be in Puglia after the vote on Saturday 19 October in London. Will need a holiday and I suggest that you come in Puglia as a priority: before the White House or in Moscow. The place to go is the Puglia". The council and to the son, Boris Johnson, prime minister of the United Kingdom, comes from the father, Stanley, in Bari, after a three days dedicated to Puglia from a journalist sent by the Daily Mail (I will write a reportage for the Sun).

And came right on the day in which the tenant of Downing Street has brought home the agreement on the Brexit between London and Brussels for the exit of Britain from the european Union. Johnson senior - the same mop and the same energy of the son - arrives at the Margherita theatre in the penultimate stage of the tour of british journalists organized by the regional agency Pugliapromozione.

The first word is: "Amazing", stunning. And it is entirely dedicated to Puglia. That has just discovered after passing state in 1979, back from Patras (Greece). Thursday, October 17, is fresh from a swim in the waters of Savelletri, a charming seaside resort of Fasano in the Brindisi area. In the waters in front of the luxurious lido Pettolecchia, reopened especially for the occasion. "Try to convince us that it is a little dangerous," they said the owners of the house. "Not dangerous," the replication of Johnson before the plunge.

With him, Michael Karam, a journalist and wine expert and correspondent for the magazine Bosidale, the Guardians of the tabloid The Spectator; and Hugo Campbell Davis, publisher and owner of the head Urbanologie, dedicated to the English tourists interested in luxury.

The Trulli of Alberobello, the Itria Valley such as Castel del Monte and Polignano a Mare, speaks to journalists accompanied by the ambassador of Apulia in the world Nancy Of the Oil, the advocate glamour born in New York and a native of Bisceglie. But on the day that his son has closed the second agreement of the british government on the Brexit, the questions of the journalists are all on the divorce between London and Brussels. So out comes the old political strategist. Because he, Stanley, was among the first deputies of his majesty, to sit in the hemicycle of the european parliament in Strasbourg for the conservatives in the Uk. And then the beauties of the Apulia region end up in one corner: the thought goes to Westminster and the focus is on Saturday 19 October. "A historic day," says Johnson's father. On the day in which the house of commons will have to ratify the agreement between the son and the president of the Eu Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker.

"But it is not easy," she admits, - there is the mathematical certainty that the agreement can go." Then a reflection and a remembrance. The first: "On paper the first minister is in a minority, would need about 40 votes. But in practice we'll see what happens. I think that, in reality, much depends on what it will do to the labour party. Even Teresa May, had returned from Brussels with an agreement in his pocket, which then is not passed in parliament. My hope is that you now can pass with the help of the Labour Party, that the votes that are missing come from the labour party".

The memory: "it Has already happened when Britain joined the european Union in 1972: in that case the votes came from labour. This could be the same situation but flipped. Johnson's father, had reminded Repubblicanel last July, has always been a fervent europeanist. A faith that does not deny, on the contrary: "Before the referendum, I have always been against Brexit and I did campaign for the remain, to stay in the Union. But - notes the journalist and former political English - there was an expression of democracy, a referendum. And, being the premier Boris, my son, are at her side. The agreement is there and will be voted on by Saturday, which is good news". After Saturday, 19 October, however, the suggestion to Boris is one: "Will you need a vacation. Will be in Puglia". © Reproduction reserved
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