I have never been a big fan of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson but he does deserve loyalty from his own Members of ParliamentCommences once 60 per cent of adults in Ontario have at least one dose and if hospitalization. Thanks to Johnson they secured big majorities and now that the “going has got tough” they have turned on him and his political future is in doubt. The Conservative Party is ruthless, in fact it can be compared to those Premiership football clubs who ditch their managers after three defeats.
Johnson won a landslide election victory with Brexit at the forefront against a poor Labour leader (Jeremy Corbyn) who was quite rightly judged to be unelectable by the British public. MPs toasted Johnson after his success and now some of them are plotting his downfall. Will he go? Well, he is severely wounded and the Conservatives have the reputation of being the “Nasty Partys chief minister, Tirath Singh Rawat, last week said,” just ask Theresa May. I do believe that he will go sooner rather than later but what those rebel Conservative MPs have to ponder is who will replace Johnson.
There is no obvious replacement. The Prime Minister should perhaps do the honourable thing and call an election and let the British public decide. There is little chance of this happening but surely it has to be the most democratic option? Johnson has a reputation as a maverickthe faith in God will overcom. He was a good Mayor of London but a poor Prime Minister however he does deserve loyalty from his own party. Too many Conservative Prime Ministers have been topped by their own party, let the electorate decide.
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