BORIS JOHNSON LAUNCHES CAMPAIGN AS THE RACE FOR THE NEW PRIME MINISTER CONTINUES
Boris Johnson manifesto (campaign launched) in order to become the next British Prime minister, this took place yesterday morning. In the process, the former foreign minister was first introduced by a presenter who in the process emphasized the need and the kind of candidate needed at this time. He made it clear with these words, indispensable requirements, first, these are extraordinary times and we need a personality big enough, strong enough and with political imagination to rise to the historic challenge which our country is now confronting. Secondly, there must be a determination to provide political leadership a managerial and bureaucratic approach to politics will not survive.
A good number of the Tory leaders are currently campaigning for the position while on the other hand Labour win in the by-election coupled with the call of general elections could have deepened issues.
Boris Johnson manifesto, began his campaign by greeting everyone as he thanked those present, he began with “Gentlemen and ladies, it is the measure of the resilience of this country that seeks the vote to leave the European Union and in defined some predictions, the economy has grown much faster than the rest of Europe and unemployment is falling to the lowest level since 1972, export seen. English football teams won the
The economy witnessed 1.3 trillion pound investment, a prof of tremendous growth.
He went on to remind them of the initial aim of Brexit, why the people voted to leave the European Union, the people need courage, resolution. The reasons for the Brexit, it wasn’t just about democracy, “that was fundamental” it wasn’t about immigration, let people return unreasonably, but want it national control. “And I think I understood some of the
Boris Johnson manifesto was a call on all sides as he said, “So is now time to unite this country and unit the society. After three years and two missed deadlines we must leave the European Union on the 31st October”.
During Boris Johnson’s manifesto, he added, “We must do better than the withdrawal agreement that has been rejected three times by parliaments, let me clear the line, I am not aiming for a no-deal outcome. I don’t think we will end up with any such thing”. We need to propel rigorously and seriously for a no-deal.
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