Brexit Boris Johnson Causes Greatest Constitutional Crisis Says Lord Heseltine
Brexit Boris Johnson has caused Lord Michael Heseltine to speak candidly about his views on Boris Johnson and the brexit EU referendum. In particular on the role that Boris Johnson has played to cause the “greatest constitutional crisis” of modern times.
Brexit Boris Johnson The Nihilist
Lord Heseltine, a former deputy prime minister and member of the Conservative party told the BBC in an interview that Boris Johnson has caused the greatest constitutional crisis in modern times.
Referring to Boris Johnson’s role in the brexit campaign as that of an army general, who led his army to the sounds of guns and at the sight of the battlefield abandoned the field. This is a remarkably scathing and certainly not an unwarranted view.
Here is a short snippet of his interview with the BBC: … “I think there will be a profound sense of dismay and frankly contempt. He’s ripped the party apart and created the greatest constitutional crisis of modern times. He’s knocked billions off the value of the Nation’s savings.
He’s like a general that led is army to the sound of guns. And at the sight of the battlefield, abandoned the field, to the claims of his agitant, who said he wasn’t up to the job in the first place. I have never seen so contemptible and irresponsible a situation.
When asked what he thought should happen next, he responded “This is a free society, there’s no question of punishment. He must live with the shame of what he’s done.”
Brexit Boris Johnson Should Be Ashamed
Lord Heseltine, when asked whether he thought brexit Boris Johnson was ashamed he continued “I have no idea, I know he should be”. He referred to this situation by saying that the “fundamental issue is a simple one. This process which would not have happened without him, has now left a great gaping hole in the future of Britain’s decision makers.”
“Not just Britain’s decision makers but all over the world people thinking about investing in this country or [those] in this country thinking of investing as well, don’t know what the future holds.”
“The priority now is for that question to be answered and quickly. We cannot just let this thing drift as everybody makes speeches and pontificates. The decision making until it is restored will cost us jobs and investment and is at the heart of our future prosperity”.
Lord Heseltine continued to talk of the conservative party, and called for the uncertainty to be brought an end. “The prime responsibility now is to end the uncertainty that is now like a dark cloud hanging over the Investment world”.
Of course Brexit Boris knows that he didin’t really want for the brexit campaign to win. Not least because of the real likely financial losses that have been suffered post brexit referedum. consequences that have since transpired. Perhaps the question ought to be whether or not this.
To listen to the BBC radio clip on brexit Boris Johnson click here.