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Dead End Road of Global Britain

23-07-2019

Finally, Boris Johnson's dream came through. Today 160.000 Conservatives voted him into the job he dreamed about well before the ongoing Brexit tragedy. Just remember. When David Cameron in 2013 assumed that a referendum on EU membership could keep him in office, it was Boris Johnson who started the campaign for Brexit in order to win the leedership of the Party and 10 Downing Street. He arrived there today as the second non-elected Prime Minister, with no other agenda than a few obsolete illusions. 

Attached article by Philip Stephens in the Financial Times  sums it up. As the new Prime Minister he has no vision, no strategy not even for decently completing Brexit that brought him to office. A no deal Brexit is now possible. The EU, Ireland included, are fed up with British Governments withou a plan or understanding of the EU. Global Britain in special relationship with the United States is a complete illusion. Even "Master" .Trump is unlikely to be interested in Global Britain as his "Servant".


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Frans A.M. Alting von Geusau

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