Tag: Boris Johnson
BoJo ran out of rope when all his gambits intended to bounce parliament into accepting his Brexit deal got nowhere (as was widely predicted).
Boris Johnson’s endless maneuvering in the Parliament has put him in the position of having to sacrifice part of the UK to have any chance of success
Johnson has the dubious gift of King Midas in reverse: he turns everything golden he touches into worthless dross, Martin Sieff writes.
Future historians will undoubtedly call the present time in global political affairs an era where there was a scarcity of statesmen, Wayne Madsen writes.