How long before Johnson’s Tory chums show him the door?
Boris Johnson and Donald Trump came to power on a tide of toxic nationalism. Trump may be on his way out but we could have another four years of a cynical and often incompetent British leader to deal with
Boris Johnson and his Brexiteers came to power in Britain on the same type of toxic nationalistic and populist wave that propelled Donald Trump to the US presidency, gulling voters with lie after lie.
We’re about, finally, to be rid of Trump, but potentially we could have another four years of the British prime minister’s cynical and selfish leadership, which has major consequences for Ireland.
Indeed, Johnson and his fellow Brexiteers...
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