Prime Minister Boris Johnson wants an election win from his Conservative Party to get his Brexit deal through parliament before Christmas. That is stated in a pre-publication of the Conservative election program that is officially published today.
Britain goes to the polls on December 12 to choose a new House of Commons. If the Conservatives should achieve an absolute majority in the House of Commons, then Johnson wants to hurry with the brexit. He wants the United Kingdom to leave the European Union by the end of January. According to the current prime minister, all candidates of his party support his brexit deal.
“It is my conjoint Christmas gift to deal with the Brexit law for the Christmas recess and to put parliament to work for the people,” the prime minister said. ,, Our plan will reunite this country in the coming years. It is time to turn a new page. The fuss, deferment and division of recent years must come to an end. “
The election document also points out that a new Conservative government does not want to increase income tax and takes the purse for British infrastructure and care. What those plans mean for the Treasury is not discussed.
In the polls, the Conservative Party of Johnson is still way ahead of Labor. In a poll by YouGov published by The Sunday Times, the Conservative Party is the largest with 42 percent of those surveyed. Labor remains at 30 percent.
The results of this survey are almost identical to those of the previous one. Only the Brexit Party loses another percentage point and stands at only 3 percent. The party has withdrawn in many constituencies to ensure that the proponents of leaving the European Union are not divided between two candidates, one Conservative and one from the Brexit Party. The Liberal Democrats were one percentage point higher in the poll and 16 percent of those surveyed. Greens and Scottish nationalists remained the same at 4 percent.