Ed Miliband Withdrawal Agreement

Johnson`s inaugural speech oscillated between Bombast and Emollience, defending the European Union`s threat to British sovereignty, while downplaying its own to violate international law. Violations of the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement Act were “reserve powers” that the British government hoped it would never have to use. “He can`t blame [Theresa May]. He can`t blame John Major. He cannot blame the judges. He can`t blame the police. He cannot fire the Cabinet Secretary. Only one person is responsible for it. He did it. This is his market. His imbroglio.

Its failure. For the first time in his life, it`s time to take responsibility. It`s time to get it wrong. Either he was not directly about the agreement with the country, or he did not understand. A competent government would never have entered into a binding agreement with provisions with which it could not live,” he said. What followed was one highlight at a time…