Boris Johnson’s tactic to become Britain’s next prime minister is to avoid journalists and the public so he doesn’t say anything stupid that ruins his chances. And hardly anyone appears to be angered by this.
Resilient is the word Theresa May’s kinder critics were using to describe her at the end. Well she may have had resilience but what she didn’t have was a majority, support, or any clue what to do next.
Time to start blowing the blimps up because Donald Trump is coming to London. From June 3-5 the president finally gets the full state visit with all the royal trappings that he was promised way back in 2016.
Brits were warned that March 29, 2019 would bring either a glorious new future outside of the EU, or a post-apocalyptic scene of economic collapse. No one promised everything would remain exactly the same.
Just when you think Brexit can't get any more chaotic or confusing, the UK prime minister goes on TV to stoke a confrontation between parliament and the people by blaming MPs and telling voters "I'm on your side."