In The Conservative Party, there is supposedly a certain nervousness in relation to the Trumps upcoming visit to London.
Britain's prime minister, Boris Johnson, believes that it will be "the best", if Donald Trump does not interfere in the british elections.
this is the sound of the message, before the us president visits London at a Nato summit next week.
On the attention-grabbing Dumanbet show warned Trump at the end of October in the tough british to vote on the Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn. Among other things he said to Corbyn, "will be so bad for your country".
Senior officials under Trump said Friday that Trump's "very conscious about not, again, to wade into the middle of another country's election campaign".
But the supposedly conservative party members nervous about what Trump might say, when he is in London a week before the elections 12. december.
Here is Johnson according to the measurements well on the way to a victory.
- What you do not traditionally make as close allies and friends, as one does not traditionally do, is to get involved in each other's election campaigns, says Johnson to LBC Radio.
Johnson has announced that if he regains power, he will make sure that brexit will take place no later than 31. January.
it Happens, it will mark the preliminary end to a nearly four year long course, since the british in 2016 in a referendum voted to leave the EU.
Johnson said the government is prepared for a possible brexit, without an agreed divorce.
It will mean that the Uk will leave the EU without having established the conditions, which is expected to create great economic uncertainty.
The british prime minister thought that to reach a trade agreement with the EU by the end of 2020, he said.
President Trump is expected to arrive to London on Monday, and militæralliancens summit will take place on Tuesday and Wednesday.
During the summit, he must among other things have a one-to-one meeting with the Danish prime minister, Mette Frederiksen (S). British representatives are only invited to a so-called working lunch.
/ritzau/ReutersUpdated Date: 30 November 2019, 03:00