Boris Johnson on Brexit: My job is to bring this country together

Boris Johnson on Brexit: My job is to bring this country together 1

 

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has shared his vision for a post-Brexit UK in an address to the nation, calling on the country to celebrate a "new dawn" of independence. #CNN #News

47 Comments on "Boris Johnson on Brexit: My job is to bring this country together"

  1. Pierre Marie Cordier | January 31, 2020 at 6:06 PM | Reply

    “Together” ? Yes but what happens then with Scotland and Northern Ireland dear Boris ?? It looks like the country is about shrinking though.

    • @Pierre Marie Cordier Nope. Kingdom. That’s why it is called United KINGDOM

    • @Harrysound A majority of the scots wanted to stay in the EU. Or are there many people in Scotland who didn’t vote?

    • Mats K a majority of Scots wanted to stay in the UK also. That’s my point. I don’t believe they would leave the UK, certainly not now it’s clear that it would garrante what sturgeon has been calling a “Tory hard Brexit” for a few years now. I agree they voted to stay in the EU but it was a nationwide vote and 1 million votes to leave came from Scotland.

    • @Harrysound BS. Majority of Scots will now vote for independence. Latest YouGov poll suggests this. UK government is no longer trusted.

    • Alger Acumen mate, you clearly aren’t about county…

  2. Curious what will happen in Ireland.

    • Homo Quantum Sapiens | January 31, 2020 at 8:07 PM | Reply

      Boris planned it all ahead, Northern Ireland will go back to terrorism giving Boris’ gov a fatal blow, to his pleasure, releasing him to his new vacation mansion somewhere on some Caribbean island… leaving to some sucker the duty and blame for the debacle of the new few months and years.

    • @Homo Quantum Sapiens lol, excellent

    • @Evoletization unlikely

    • I’m looking forward to see the Irish Sea border…….lol
      maybe he’s thinking of building a floating wall.

    • There’s still no plan. Zero. Every so often, Boris or some other bullshitter from his Cabinet will wander out and make vague, sweeping comments about plans for the North and how easy it will all be to sort out, immediately followed by our Taoiseach, or Tanaiste, or some other Irish Cabinet counterpart wearily immediately stepping out to the Irish media to say that, Sorry, Boris is (cough) mistaken there.

      The British people don’t give two shits about Northern Ireland, to be frank, which is significantly why the Leavers and Remainers alike – but by far and especially the Leavers – never, Ever bothered to discuss the North, even though that whole aspect of Brexit is the single most complicated part of Brexit, but –

      La la la not listening la la la la la.

  3. Freedom for Northern Ireland and Scotland!

  4. protectbodythetans | January 31, 2020 at 6:44 PM | Reply

    I honestly didn’t think i would live to see the day boris johnson got elected prime minister

  5. His job is to keep the promises he made, isn’t it?

  6. Dimly Lit Zombie | January 31, 2020 at 7:45 PM | Reply

    Q called it

  7. Chocolate Explosion | January 31, 2020 at 7:54 PM | Reply

    Nice

  8. Boris you got the job because no one in the party wanted to take on the mess … so why not make the clowns take the wrap

  9. Yessss!!!! Finally!!!!

  10. Finally!!…Congratulations!

  11. Free Scotland

  12. #ScottlandIndependenceDay

  13. someone needs to buy this guy a comb and maybe some hair gel

  14. So what’s gonna happen to Hogwarts?

  15. Mad lad

  16. Political Secret Today | January 31, 2020 at 9:59 PM | Reply

    Good luck Boris! You’re gonna need it

  17. siobhan costello | January 31, 2020 at 10:04 PM | Reply

    Jesus….buy yourself some hair product!

  18. This guy is like Bernie Sanders does he ever comb his hair? 😂

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