Maintaining a General Election to Attempt to Split a Brexit impasse Are an’enormous Bet’ for the Prime Minister, Based on Some former Labour Europe Minister.
Boris Johnson yesterday demanded rebels within his own party service himthreatening to maintain a General Election when they did not.
“I have been amazed at the heavyweight folks in the Conservative Party who’ve stated”we aren’t going to dream of a No Deal”.
“If this (anti-‘No Deal’) legislation is passed now, Boris Johnson must choose whether to call a General Election — which could possibly be obstructed anyhow in parliament.
I am not sure he can remain in office.
“If there’s an election… it might all go horribly wrong. There would be a day or two on Brexit and the twenty five or thirty days will need to be on problems that matter to individuals and Johnson and the Conservatives’ record is weak”
“It is not a matter of Corbyn becoming more popular. Mr Johnson could have turned into one of the London elite not giving individuals a opportunity to vote in their future”
“An election will resolve nothing — assume there’s some miracle a Johnson bulk; the EU position is quite straightforward and that’s’we are going to protect our sole market generated over 70 decades, we are not going to permit you to bust it up, we are not likely to provide you a particular privilege.’
“An election could really change nothing”