Candidates Jeremy Hunt, left and Rory Stuart, appear at The Andrew Marr Show in London on Sunday. Without Johnson, he looked like job candidates for Johnson's future cabinet, who had a complete and frank exchange of ideas.
The five candidates (all men, women were thrown out earlier) through parliamentary votes) were given their thoughts of termination – the British verb here is "prophetic" – Parliament to break the deadlock Brexit.
Sajid Djavid, the interior minister, opposed: democracy. We do not choose a dictator of our democracy. We choose the prime minister of our democracy. "
The rebel in the group – the long but very strong secretary of international development, Rory Stuart, called on his competitors, including Johnson, saying that all their threats to leave the European Union by the end of October was a mast posture.
Stuart said, "I think Brexit is a complete stupidity."
More brutal Brexiteer, former Brexit Secretary Dominique Raab, said the departure of E.U. without any trade deal or safety net must be on the table and if he is elected to replace May, he will immediately prepare for a non-bargain by passing tax cuts to an emergency budget by basically putting the country in war. 19659019] It is not unnoticed that the May substitution competition is a bit odd – though perfectly legal.
May assumed office after the counterpart of the Conservative Party and former Prime Minister David Cameron resigned – after losing his country in June 2016, a Brexit referendum.
Now Mei is expelled from power, not from people, but from her own Conservative Party because she could not "betray Brexit."
She says she can not deliver Brexit just because her party votes her deal three
Her successor will be elected, not in general elections, but from 160,000 members of the Conservative Party who pay fees to a nation of 66 million.
Johnson promised to leave, conclude or not make a deal by the end of October, the last time proposed by the EU He threatened not to pay to the university . The $ 50 billion contracted UK owes the block.
Good luck with this, Europeans said.
Many economists and British business leaders worry that leaving the trade bloc without a deal will be highly destructive to the UK and Europe. to fulfill Brexit, the party will be destroyed in future elections, almost certainly by the rebellion of Trump's ally and Arch-Brexiteer and the personality of the radio show Nigel Farah.
Right now this contest looks like Johnson's losing. He is the best choice among the conservative members of parliament and is the best choice among the voters in Tory, according to polls.
There are Tori leaders who want to go with Johnson quickly and continue with him.
But the home secretary, Jawid, said he believes the party deserves a full broadcast of ideas and a tough competition. The last election, May's rivals, dropped out, leaving only May, who turned out to be an unverified participant in the campaign and, ultimately, an unsuccessful leader.
"The last time we had a coronation," said Jawid. "It did not work well, so let's not make the same mistake again."
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