Should Boris Johnson Resign?
The final result is here. The majority of our readers have decided that Boris Johnson should keep his job.
Our further analysis is under work, but here are the key figures.
Fifty eight percent (58%) voted NO, supporting the UK PM to keep his office. That is 19605 votes for this option.
Nevertheless, forty two percent (48%) voted YES, strongly suggesting that Boris Johnson should quit his job. That is 14448 votes.
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This poll has has seen spikes of interest every time Boris Johnson made some critical moves.
When Boris Johnson suspended the Parliament
When Supreme court ruled his move as illegal.
When Boris Johnson negotiated the Brexit deal.
When Boris Johnson failed to take UK out of EU on 31st of October.
This story ended October 31, 2019.
Final Update: UK General Election has been set for 12 December 2019. The resignation of Boris Johnson is irrelevant as he chose "to be judged by the people". And so he will.
He also promised to take UK out of EU by October 31, with or with out a deal but he faced strong opposition to his "Die or Do" Brexit approach.
The British Pound oscillated since 24th of July, his first day in office, but ended up with pretty much the same value.
October 21: Scotland's highest court has delayed a decision on whether the prime minister has fully complied with a law requiring him to ask for a Brexit extension.
October 19 later in the night: Boris Johnson has sent an unsigned letter to tEU asking for a BREXIT delay, and second arguing against it.
October 19: Boris Johnson manged to get a deal approved by EU but MPs voted to postpone ratification expressing fears that UK might crash with NO-deal if required legislation will not be passed.
Earlier in October 2019: Boris Johnson has been forced to deny an allegation that he groped a female journalist.
Sunday September 29th, 2019: PM Boris Johnson said UK can still leave with NO Deal and failed to deny asking EU nations to block extension, ramping up speculation that he is planning to bypass the law that stops the UK from crashing out of the EU without a deal, writes The Guardian.
The GBP/USD exchange rate sank on Friday, September 27, following the Bank of England’s (BoE) policymaker, Michael Saunders, commented that the Bank of England could be forced to cut interest rates even if Britain manages to avoid a no-deal Brexit.
Boris Johnson also said he has "no interest to declare" over his links with former model Jennifer Arcuri. It follows claims that the American entrepreneur received public money and privileged access to foreign trade missions while Mr Johnson was London mayor, writes Skynews.
Friday September 27th, 2019: SNP has expressed support for a no confidence vote against Boris Johnson and are ready to accept Jeremy Corbyn or anyone else as caretaker PM .
Boris Johnson’s decision to suspend Parliament for five weeks was unlawful, the Supreme Court says.
“That advice (to the Queen e.n.) was unlawful. It was outside the powers of the Prime Minister to give it. This means that it was null and of no effect”it states in the judgement of the Supreme Court.
Leaders of the opposition are asking for his resignation with voices from the Tory suggesting the same path.
Two of the opposition leaders have asked for the PM’s resignation with voices from the Conservative Party suggesting the same path.
The British prime minister, indicated early this week that he would not feel obliged to resign if the justices rule he misled the Queen in his reasons for suspending parliament.
This confirms what we already knew – Boris Johnson isn’t fit to be prime minister. He’s misled Queen and country, and unlawfully silenced the people’s representatives. - twitted Jo Swinson, Lib Dems leader.
Jeremy Crbyn asked for Boris Johnson’s resignation in an unexpected address to the party conference in Brighton following the bombshell Brexit judgement.
“I will be in touch immediately to demand that Parliament is recalled so we can question that Prime Minister, demand that he obeys the law that’s been passed by Parliament and recognise our parliament is elected by our people to hold our government to account.” Corbyn stated.
Speaking outside of the court, Ian Blackford, SNP MP for Ross, Skye and Lochaber said: "It is now very clear we have a job to do, we must be back in parliament immediately."
He added Mr Johnson "must resign immediately".
We will be back with updates.
Boris Johnson suspended - or prorogued - Parliament for five weeks earlier this month, arguing it was necessary in order to hold a Queen's Speech and set out a new legislative programme.
But the court said it was wrong to stop MPs carrying out their duties in the run-up to Brexit on 31 October.
Supreme Court president Lady Hale said "the effect [of prorogation] on the fundamentals of democracy was extreme" and the government had provided no justification for it also underlying that the avice given by the PM to the Queen was unlawful.
The PM has promised the UK will leave on that date, with or without a deal with the EU, but before the prorogation, Parliament passed a law intended to force a delay instead of allowing a no-deal exit.
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