John Bercow, the former Speaker of the House of Commons in the UK Parliament and a former Conservative MP, announced on Saturday that he had joined the Labor Party and pledged to oppose Boris Johnson’s government.
In an interview with observer, the old Loudspeaker In recent years, he said, the Conservative Party had turned into a “reactionary, populist, nationalist and sometimes xenophobic” party.
“What motivates me is to support equality, social justice and universality. This is the brand of work,” Perko justified.
“My conclusion is that this government must be replaced. The fact is that the Labor Party is the only way to achieve this goal. There is no other credible option,” he added.
Bercow left many criticisms of the prime minister – “good at campaigning but a terrible ruler” – stating that he “has no vision of a more equal society”, nor “any sympathy for improving the lives of people less fortunate than him”.
“I think there are more and more people who are fed up with lies, and fed up with logos Empty,” he pleaded.
Charismatic, fun and controversial, always ready to publicly scold MPs, usually with a joking tone, Berko gained international fame for his hoarse voice He asked the deputies to order—”Order! Order!“
was a deputy Tori for 12 years and Speaker of the House of Representatives in the British Parliament from 2009 to 2019 She was distinguished by her proactive stance in directing the work of Parliament, freely and creatively interpreting many of the rules, conventions and traditions of the British constitutional system.
during operation The United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union, Berko He led a small institutional revolution in the House of Commons, and transferred the role of ministers to MPs and the government – from Theresa May, first, and Boris Johnson, later – to the opposition.
He was a major character in MPs dominate the parliamentary agenda for Britain’s exit from the European Union Hence, he was heavily criticized by the winger. Britain’s exit from the European Union from the Conservative Party.
During the time he held office Loudspeaker, has also been the target of several allegations of misconduct and bully to its employees, accusations it strongly denies.
John Bercow left Parliament at the end of October 2019, after being replaced by Lindsey Hoyle.