48 hours ago I was bemoaning the fact that I don’t get to vote in Jersey, Channel Islands. Today, after four hours of sleep and reeling from yesterday’s election results, I’m glad it’s all over.
I couldn’t stand much more of the wretched 2019 mud-slinging, smear-mongering election campaign.
Well, at least the British public have finally got what they wanted, another five years of Tory rule
Now what? No doubt Johnson, having been officially elected by the populate, will get stuck in a.s.a.p and start to address pressing matters such as the underfunded NHS and the 14 million people living in poverty in the UK. Just like his predecessors at Number 10 have been doing since May 2010. Oh, but wait, how could I forget, Johnson’s priority, of course, is Brexit.
“Get Brexit done,” is the message he has been driving into our subconsciouses since he took over the reins of running the Conservative Party on 24th July 2019.
Well, let’s get Christmas done, then brace ourself for five years of uncertainty and stockpiling for the post-Brexit famine. Mind you, the time it will realistically take to get Brexit done will probably mean that Johnson will still be in Number 10 in 2030.
I’ve always wanted to live in a warmer climate, maybe now is a good time to go?