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UK-the Prime Minister Boris Johnson vowed on Friday morning to “Brexit” made by Jan. 31, 2020, with “no ifs, no buts, no maybes” after his Conservative party’s landslide victory in the country in the General elections.
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An outbreak in the London-listed company launched the European markets to record highs early Friday, according to Reuters, as investors were celebrating the likely end of a more than three-and-a-half years of political turmoil in the United Kingdom once the United Kingdom on a deal to leave the European Union.
“This choice means that Brexit has done, now is the irrefutable, irresistible, vulnerable decision of the British. With this choice, I think that we are at the end of all this miserable threat of a second referendum,” Johnson’s supporters said.
“In this election, your voices were heard, and it is time, also because we have squandered to the politicians by these three years in arguments about Brexit,” he continued. “I’m going to put an end to all the nonsense, and we get a British EU withdrawal is made on time by the 31. January. No ifs, no buts, no maybes. Leaving the European Union as a United Kingdom, where back in control of our laws, borders, money, our trade, immigration system, deployment to the democratic mandate of the people.”
Johnson also promised that his Conservative party’s top priority it to be a massive increase in investment in the National Health Service “and” the Land of the cleanest, greenest on the earth with our far-reaching environmental program.” To be “climate neutral, agreed until 2015-and you also agreed to, Corbyn neutral until Christmas and we do that too,” he said.
The Prime Minister held a meeting with Queen Elizabeth II in Buckingham Palace is planned, where you have to formally ask him to form a new government in your name. President Trump also tweeted his support for Johnson after his victory, freely indicated that “great Britain and the United States are now, a massive new Trade Deal to the UK’s EU-hit the exit.”
Labour party Chairman Ian Lavery told the BBC that he believes to support his party to the decision, a second referendum on the Brexit ultimately established mistrust among the electorate, finally, pushed confidence in the Conservative party at the ballot box in the year 2019.
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“The fact that we went for a second referendum is the real Problem in the Labour party. The people feel that there is a lack of trust, people feel like they are, let us down,” Lavery said.
The former Prime Minister, David Cameron congratulated Johnson, said that the results of the election “gives us a very strong and determined government.”
The Conservative party won 43.6 percent of the popular vote compared to the Labour party, with 32.2 percent, following Thursday night the choice. The Tories won by an 11.3 margin, the largest for the Conservatives since 1987. This compares to 2017, if the Labour party lost the popular vote by only 2.4 percent.