For Boris Johnson, the ballot was an experiment – the results against him for the time being. According to preliminary figures released on Friday, May 6, Boris Johnson’s Conservative Party lost key local councils in London in the local elections.
Thus the Labor opposition won local councils in Westminster, London, and in the hands of the Tories since the formation of Barnett and Wandsworth in 1964. “Favorite advice” Margaret Thatcher. On Twitter, Former Conservative Prime Minister Theresa May’s former chief of staff Gavin Barwell has called “Disaster” as well as “Warning shot” Losses to Vandover and Westminster. Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan (Labor), Congratulations to him A success “Historical”.
Conservative Party chairman Oliver Dowden tried to vent his anger by saying this “Difficult results” In line with what can be expected from the mid-term referendum.
Labor also won in Southampton, South London. Outside the capital, however, Labor has so far made only limited gains, while smaller parties, the Liberals and the Green Party, have performed well.
Now, one-third of the 200 local councils playing have lost results. Counting began in the morning in Scotland and Wales, as in Northern Ireland, where 90 elected members of the local assembly in Stormont have been renewed. The first results are expected on Friday afternoon, but the counting of votes in the complex Northern Irish system is expected to continue on Saturday and beyond.
Northern Ireland coveted by nationalists
For the first time in the 100 – year history of the British Territory, voting in Northern Ireland is of paramount importance, with Sinn Fin leading the local assembly. The success of this former political exhibition of the paramilitary organization of the Irish Republican Army (IRA) will elevate its Deputy Chair Michelle O’Neill as head of the local government, which is jointly run by nationalists and unionists. 1998 Peace Accord.
Such a victory would also mark the beginning of a possible redefinition of the United Kingdom, as Sinn Fin advocates reunification with the Republic of Ireland. After the vote in Belfast on Thursday, Jeffrey Donaldson, the leader of the main loyalist formation, reiterated that his party, the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP), would refuse to run for a new executive unless the British government suspended its special status. -Brexit from the province, loyalists say, could sever ties with other countries in the UK.
Despite traditionally marked by local issues and a low turnout, Thursday’s election, in British opinion, makes it possible to understand the extent of the damage caused by the holiday scandal in Downing Street during imprisonment. Boris Johnson was fined in mid-April by about 50 politicians and civil servants, including the wife of Chief of Staff Carrie Johnson and the Chancellor of the Exchequer, known as “Partigate”. (Finance Minister), Rishi Sunak.
Although its leader, Care Stormmer, 59, himself was accused last year of violating health laws for sharing beers and curries with his team, Labor, the main opposition party, was expected to capitalize on its weaknesses.
After 12 years in power, the Conservatives have also been criticized for failing to provide adequate support to families choked by inflation, which could reach more than 10% this year, according to the Central Bank. Some non-trivial peripheral assistance has been introduced. On March 19, Rishi Sunak warned: “We can not help everyone, because it is very expensive. ⁇
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