Boris Johnson’s eternal optimism, indestructible confidence and patriotic slogans brought the Tories a great victory. If only it were not for Scotland.
Peter Nonnemacher from London
Recent elections in England, Scotland and Wales highlighted the current mood in Britain. First, the vaccination successes of the last few months have created a new optimism that was unimaginable in winter.
All three British governments – those in London, those in Edinburgh and those in Cardiff – have benefited. Instead of suffering from general midterm fatigue, administrators in government found themselves without exception supported by voters. Boris Johnson, Nicola Sturgeon of Scotland, and in Wales, Labor Prime Minister Mark Drakeford all consolidated their positions in this position.
The success of the British vaccination program, unprecedented in Western Europe, contributed to Johnson’s widespread acceptance.
No wonder The Kovid crisis had created a public platform for all those on which to represent themselves as determined fighters against the epidemic. And the success of the unprecedented British vaccination program in Western Europe contributed to its widespread acceptance.
The British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, in particular, looks at his situation earlier this week Greatly strengthened. not His fatal wrong verdict In the case of Kovid from the previous year, the latest scandals about himself could harm him. A clear majority of the English electorate supported him.
Johnson has penetrated deep into the homeland of labor, the old industrial areas of north and central England, in some spectacular ways. Even in “red” cities, for which Labor’s electorate is increasingly limited, the Tories are making life difficult for the opposition.
So far, there have been no signs of remorse in pro-Brexit areas of England.
The reasons for this are manifold. So far, there have been no signs of remorse in pro-Brexit areas of England. Especially in older working class districts, people are grateful to Johnson for “bringing Brexit” (And now the Royal Navy is stationed against Chick French in the English Channel).
Labor’s zero attitude after the referendum and the current embarrassing silence of the party leadership has earned little sympathy from the old Labor Party in this part of the population. Conversely, Johnson’s eternal optimism, with his undying confidence, all manner of patriotic slogans and PR tricks, is conveyed to voters as something positive.
The epidemic has made it possible for Johnson to break away from his party’s old austerity policies.
But the Tories’ approval goes deeper. The epidemic has made it possible for Johnson to break away from his party’s old austerity policies. Huge wealth has flowed into the country from the state treasury. Large-scale investment, including infrastructure for poor areas, is the order of the day.
Every day the government vows to “raise” the level everywhere, to outsource resources to the provinces. It really can’t come to an end. But Johnson has promised to relaunch the stalled economy to take care of the people for the sake of the state and to use public money, affecting voters in many places.
The Labor Party completely underestimated Boris Johnson.
for Labor party This became a major problem, being recognized very late. The party completely underestimated Boris Johnson. He relied on the fact that the Tories would become unpopular again after Brexit and with the chaotic Kovid crisis management exposed.
Instead, conservatives have ideologically taken over the labor sector – and put the opposition party in a crisis, in which even the most loyal Labor people are not sure of their president’s ability and the course and personal they choose. The factions are starting to fight each other again. Labor do not know where to go at this time.
A veto by “headquarters” against an independence referendum would be futile.
However, Johnson is threatened by the new challenge in the “North”. Eventually, supporters of a new independence referendum prevailed in the Scottish Parliament elections. This referendum is unlikely to be held for a year or two. But it is now clear to Johnson that it will come to that.
Because a veto by “headquarters” would be in vain. This will only bring in more supporters for the separatists from Scotland. And even now half the Scot are separated from England.
Without Labour’s opportunity to unseat Johnson from power in the near future, many Scotts’ willingness to be able to determine their own fate without telling the “English Tories” their future is likely to grow. A bitter battle for the continued reconciliation of the United Kingdom begins here.