Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland Leaders are Eager to See Johnson Go

Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland Leaders are Eager to See Johnson Go

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The leaders of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland are happy that British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is leaving. Johnson had a difficult relationship with the other parts of the UK and the three leaders made that clear in their reactions on Twitter.

 

Scottish Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon expects the country to be relieved that the chaos of recent days is over. She thinks it would be unwise for Johnson to stay on as acting prime minister until the fall because he was always “unfit” to be prime minister. She hopes a new prime minister will take a different stance on independence from Scotland, but doesn’t expect a new leader to solve the problem.

Northern Ireland’s newly elected leader Michelle O’Neill has lashed out at the British Prime Minister for wanting to change Northern Ireland’s protocol. “He is a totally disgraceful figure. Anyone who tries to sabotage our peace agreements is really no friend of ours.”

Wales head of government Mark Drakeford is pleased that Johnson “did the right thing”. He thinks all four countries within the UK would benefit from a stable government. Drakeford is calling for new elections because it is not only the Conservative Party that should determine who will be the next prime minister.

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