A new PM for the UK

He’s an improvement over Theresa May, though not everyone is enthusiastic over Boris Johnson as the new Prime Minister. The Cambrian Dissenters blog titles their piece ‘PM Johnson and a Conservative Civil War.

Is that exaggeration? I defer to the people of the UK as being better judges of the ramifications, but there do seem to be some warning signs as to Johnson’s leanings. For instance, his cabinet appointments so far seem not to have the best interests of the indigenous people of the UK. Sajid David, Priti Patel? Then there is Amber Rudd. I can see how this list might be disconcerting to many people.

There is no perfect situation, I suppose, but as the Cambrian Dissenters piece puts it, Theresa May’s behavior was ‘duplicitious’, bordering on ‘treason.’ At least perhaps the people of the UK, who voted in the majority to leave the EU, will see their political will carried out. So we can hope.

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