He has been involved in trying to resolve Boris Johnson’s controversy. The British Prime Minister told MPs and the British public this Wednesday: All sanctions imposed due to the epidemic will end this Thursday or next week. Masks are no longer mandatory, certificates for access to important events and re-access to nursing homes are being made easier. Even the mandatory five-day isolation for those affected by Govt-19 disease will only be in effect until March 24, when vaccination and infection numbers can be put forward if that number is positive.
This is exactly what Johnson did to stop the flamethrowers being used by the opposition and his own Conservative party. Both sides of the House of Commons are dissatisfied with the continuing news of parties taking place at the government headquarters during critical times of epidemics.
The Speaker In Parliament, Lindsay Hoyle had to intervene several times to impose “respect on both sides”, that is, to guarantee a minimum of silence for them to speak. From both benches, roars erupted, “Exactly!” And “Obviously!”. It remains to be seen whether Johnson will be able to inflate the balloon of collective anger in the next elections or in the actions of his majority representatives, but the weekly questions for the Prime Minister will always take place on Wednesdays. At noon, “Are you going to resign?” The single question dominated.
Johnson said not always. He regrets the “urgency” with which everyone deals with the issue and recommended the results after the release of a report by parliamentary ethics expert Sue Gray on all parties and work meetings on Downing Street (in 2020). And 2021) It would have happened when the rules for controlling the epidemic did not allow any kind of meetings. The Prime Minister has gone for at least one.
The general opinion left from the session was that Johnson was not as bad as he was last Wednesday, but as the BBC’s Ian Watson wrote on Twitter, the problem was, “The Prime Minister laid all the eggs. Prosecute Gray’s basket. “What if she does not release you? One of the questions is whether Johnson lied in Parliament (according to the rules, signifying his resignation) or if he had been warned to attend parties once or more, and if he had been warned to explain about these events, etc. Like everyone else in this session he always avoided answering “yes” or “no”.
The ruler’s last explanation gave more reason to mock the enemy. On Monday, while visiting a hospital, he said he was unaware that the meeting, which lasted 25 minutes in the garden of the official residence on May 20, 2020, was “illegal” despite calls from more than 100 employees. Say, “Bring your drinks.” “No one told me that this was against the rules, that we were violating the Govt-19 rules, and that we were participating in something other than work. Obviously, if I had done so, I do not see any reason why we should have agreed to do so, “Johnson told reporters.
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All of these accidents were fully recalled in Westminster. The session was very loud, there were moments of anger, others general laughter. When Khair Stormer, the leader of the Labor Party, challenged the Conservative MPs, he saw their revolt and said, “I firmly believe that the bench leader told them to bring their cry.” Now, in the case of speech, the Hoods boos In English, the sound is similar to the word onomatopoeia Alcohol, I.e., by the invitation to the May 20, 2020 banquet, glasses, alcohol.
Criticism of the leader also came from the conservative side. David Davis, a staunch supporter of Brexit, also held this portfolio among Johnson’s ministers. Asked the word to quote One of the most described political moments of the 20th centuryIn 1940, Conservative Leopold Amerie told then-Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain of the same party: “In the name of God, go!” Johnson said he did not know what Davis was quoting, which led opposition commentators to say it seemed “planned” to lie, as he wrote a book about Winston Churchill that he could not ignore. The man who came after Chamberlain because of the phrase quoted.
Another serious intervention was that of the leader of the Scottish National Party (SNP, Independent), who is known to have zero tolerance for the Prime Minister. “At first he said no to parties, then he said no, then he admitted he was, but he did not know it was a party. The last apology was really the most pathetic of all: no one told me. Ian Blackford said, “Covit-19 killed 150,000 people in the UK, yet he’s going to parties with a smile.”
Johnson responded to all of these attacks with the administration’s trump cards: vaccine numbers, declining youth unemployment, termination of employment Detailed and, of course, the end of the restrictions. “When the history of this epidemic is written and the history of the Labor Party is written, it will prove that we were effective when they disbanded and that we were vaccinated when they stumbled,” Johnson said.
The day began with an unexpected piece of news that began the session: Christian Wakefield, vice president of Barry South, defected from the Conservative Party to the Labor Party. This was well received by Stormer and provided him with the perfect publishing platform to say that only workers could meet the needs of the UK.
What else does Johnson have? Continuing in office, cracking down on corruption, handling a resolution condemning you from your parliamentary bench (you need 54 letters from the delegates not to trust you) or the somewhat spread British company “really men” waiting to defeat you at the door and tell him to leave. These “real men” were none other than the main conservatives who had once informally assembled to oust a prime minister. This is no longer the current practice, but informal pressure is very much alive.
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