Announce Cash Injection

Mr. Johnson is set to announce cash injection into the health sector, this will see 1.8 billion pounds injection for British public health service today Monday. A move to push through the country’s exit from the European Union, which he has emblazoned on a bus if the UK could leave the EU – 350 million pounds could be spent per week on the country’s National Health Service (NHS).

Boris Johnson has from onset championed the “leave” campaign in 2016 referendum and ironically been associated with a pledge. But his recent move to upgrade the country’s infrastructure, most importantly health facilities and equipment could be viewed as a political strategy of offering people what they want, and also the benefit of Brexit.

Meanwhile, it’s understood many lawmakers are totally against no-deal Brexit, but with him set to announce cash injection into health, education and policing that has been his top priority, and based on the country’s economic state, could fuel early general election.

Mr. Johnson’s team has always kicked against any early election, until after Britain has left the European Union, deal or no-deal. meanwhile, lawmakers that are against no-deal Brexit outcome have pledged to stop such attempt and has set up a standoff when parliament return from break next month, and could practically worsen Brexit crisis.

While delivering a speech on cash injection, he said: “Today I’m delivering on this promise with a 1.8 billion pounds cash injection – meaning more beds, new wards, and extra life-saving equipment to ensure patients continue to receive world-class care”.

It’s time to face up to this challenge and make sure the NHS receives the funds it needs, to continue being the best health care service in the world”. This came prior to his visit to the hospital in Lincolnshire and eastern England today.

Yesterday, the chairman of Johnson’s Conservative Party ‘James Cleverly’ while responding to the development said the funds will come from “economic growth” – an issue the Bank of England has said is a threatens from Brexit uncertainty coupled with the economic slowdown.

The new Prime minister has also promised to inject more money into the country’s educational system, regional infrastructure projects, which other MPs sees as an indication of an election footing, later this year. However, the willingness of this government to inject more cash into the public sector is viewed as a strategy for a no-deal scenario.

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