Criticism does not jeopardize Johnson’s position

Criticism does not jeopardize Johnson's position

WMany of the hens are dissatisfied, not necessarily speaking against a compromise. In this regard, Boris Johnson no longer needs to worry much, as both sides of the political Brexit spectrum are criticizing the treaty with the European Union.

The Scots, who never wanted to leave the EU, see themselves as far away from “Europe”, those who wanted to leave the Welsh see some of their blooming dreams wither away. And on the one hand there is relief in Northern Ireland that a difficult border with the Republic of Ireland has been avoided. But we also know that in the state’s own business transactions, many things will be more complex in the future than before.

What is labor doing?

The situation is tough for the opposition in Westminster. The Liberal Democrats are likely to show “stand” as they have always been against leaving the EU. But what is Labor doing? Party leader Keir Starr has announced that he wants to ratify the agreement with the political responsibility of the state.

This attitude makes him different from his predecessor, Jeremy Corbyn. But at the same time, Labor is also falling into a kind of Babylonian captivity. When Johnson’s deal appears to decline, as is expected, and when Labor picks it up again, the Prime Minister can sit back and say that His Majesty’s loyal opposition has agreed. A thankless situation.

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