Telford Conservative chairwoman backing Boris Johnson as PM

Суббота, 13 Июл, 2019

Boris Johnson appears increasingly confident that MPs will not block a no-deal Brexit after Cabinet minister Amber Rudd said it had to remain in the "armoury" of the new prime minister.

Bluntly the MP replied "that's it".

He said there were risks Britain would not be capable of leaving the European Union as scheduled in October, and that Johnson lacked qualities of leadership.

Nicola Lowery said it was important the next PM delivers a "collective vision" in parliament, and that Johnson was the man to do it.

Boris Johnson, the British Prime Minister's favorite, refuses to exclude a parliamentary suspension if he comes to power.

Boris is odds-on favourite to become the next Prime Minister and is far ahead of rival Jeremy Hunt according to the latest polling.

Ms Lowery said Johnson demonstrated the "true qualities of leadership".

The Fed chairman's comments seemed to have an immediate impact on stock market performance, with the S&P 500 briefly passing the 3,000 mark for the first time and both the Nasdaq composite index and Dow Jones industrial average also reaching all-time highs.

In a fiesty 10 minute confrontation with presenters Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid, the bumbling cabinet minister said he was being "diplomatic" in his answers, adding: "It's really, really straightforward - which is that I think Sir Kim is terrific and at the same time, we also have to reset what's become a hard relationship".

Darroch reportedly felt that he could not continue in his role without Johnson's support, should he take over as prime minister and resigned on Wednesday.

The lyrics mock Johnson and accuse him of getting an Oxford degree in "robbing people's taxes with deceptive policies", and warn he will "privatise the NHS [National Health Service], because that's what Tories do best". A member of her inner circle said Mrs May was "furious" about his resignation.

May said: "If a male Prime Minister's voice had broken up, it would have been said "what great patriotism, they really love their country". Probably, from the point of view of those of us who want to get Brexit done and make a great success of it, it would be fair to say this is a debate that's best conducted within the United Kingdom...

The HuffPost website and i newspaper reported that the chancellor has told colleagues that Speaker John Bercow, opposition MPs and Tory rebels might insist on continuing to debate in the chamber even if Johnson asks the Queen to suspend sittings by a mechanism known as prorogation.