Corbyn Wants BoJo Out But Doesn’t Know When
Skerdian Meta • 1 min read
Boris Johnson has only been on the job as the Prime Minister of UK for only a couple of months and chances of him being outed from that position have gone through the roof. He was betrayed by a number of Tory rebels earlier this month who voted to make a no-deal Brexit illegal, together with the Labour Party.
The labourers have wanted BoJo out of office for some time already and their leader Jeremy Corbyn repeated this again today. He made a few comments on the matter, as follows:
- Happy to have an election once a no-deal is off the table
- No confidence vote only to be called when we can be certain that a no-deal Brexit is not going to happen on October 31
- Corbyn’s priority is to prevent a no-deal Brexit
- Corbyn declines to say when he would put forward a no-confidence vote in PM Johnson.
The GBP declined around 50 pips earlier this morning, although that wasn’t due to these comments because anything opposing a no-deal Brexit scenario is positive for the GBP. Well, Corbyn looks as uncertain as everyone else in the UK right now.