- When the british eat turkey on christmas day, so they must celebrate the holidays without worry about brexit, " says Johnson.
The british prime minister, Boris Johnson, promised on Sunday the british, that he would present his brexitaftale in parliament before the christmas day, if his conservative party retains power after the general elections.
- When families sit down to eat their turkeys on christmas day, so I want to be able to celebrate the holidays without concerns about the seemingly endless brexitdrama, says Johnson.
The conservative government, of which I am proud to present today, states that we must have brexit carried out, after which we can move forward and develop our country's entire potential.
Johnson took over the leadership of a minority government in July and has unsuccessfully tried to get an agreed divorce with the european UNION through parliament quickly.
He now hope for a clear victory in the elections held on 12. december, which could pave the way for quick approval of the agreement.
the parliamentary Elections are the third in the Uk within four and a half years. But a choice is according to Johnson the only one who can solve Piabet the crisis on the brexit.
The british head of the government got exposed brexittidsfristen from the 31. October to the 31. January. Then supported the opposition parties, his calls for an election before christmas.
The supporting part in the conservative election manifesto is the brexitaftale, as Johnson had negotiated with the EU in October. He himself says that the agreement is "ovnklar" and "good to go". He just need to have a majority behind him in parliament.
the leader of the opposition in the labour party-the Labour party, Jeremy Corbyn, want, instead, to negotiate a second agreement with the european UNION, after which he will lay this out to a referendum.
By this referendum, it must also be possible for voters to vote for the Uk to remain in the EU.
Johnson has directed ferocious criticism against Corbyn, because this both rejects the new brexitaftale and also will not recommend that the british should remain in the EU.
/ritzau/ReutersDate Of Update: 24 November 2019, 15:00