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Boris Johnson: Britain will become global, trail-blazing country after Brexit

Boris Johnson: Britain will become global, trail-blazing country after Brexit

26.1.2020

Boris Johnson : Britain will become global, trail-blazing country after Brexit

The day after Britain’s departure, the Government’s new ‘GREAT Ready to Trade’ campaign will launch in 17 cities across 13 countries outside the EU.

By Press Association Saturday, January 25, 2020 - 10:54 PM Boris Johnson has said Britain will become a global, trail-blazing country after it leaves the European Union as he unveiled the Government’s full plans to mark Brexit day. The British Prime Minister said he will “look ahead with confidence” to the future on Friday when the UK formally leaves the bloc – nearly four years since the referendum. Mr Johnson will deliver a special address to the nation to mark the historic day and Downing Street will be illuminated with a light display designed to symbolise the strength and unity of the UK’s four nations. Union flags will line Parliament Square and the Mall, Government buildings on Whitehall will be lit up in red, white and blue throughout the evening and a countdown clock will be projected onto Number 10’s black bricks from 10pm on January 31. The PM will chair a meeting of his Cabinet in the north of England on Friday, while he and his ministers will use this week to meet people and businesses across the UK. Mr Johnson will host another edition of his “People’s PMQs” on Facebook on Wednesday, and children will be invited to Downing Street on Thursday where they will be given the chance to ask the PM about the future he intends to build for the next generation. And the new commemorative 50p coin to mark Britain’s departure will enter circulation on Friday. Mr Johnson said: “Next Friday marks an important moment in the history of our United Kingdom. It is the time to look ahead with confidence to the global, trail-blazing country we will become over the next decade and heal past divisions. “No matter how you voted in 2016, it is the time to look ahead with confidence to the global, trail-blazing country we will become over the next decade and heal past divisions. “That is what I will be doing on January 31 and I urge everyone across the UK to do the same.” The day after Britain’s departure, the Government’s new “GREAT ‘Ready to Trade'” campaign will launch in 17 cities across 13 countries outside the EU as the UK seeks to build future trading relationships. Adverts will be placed in Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, India, Japan, Mexico, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Turkey, the UAE and the USA. On Monday, a campaign with the message “This Friday the UK leaves the EU” will launch, urging businesses and citizens to check for any changes they need to make ahead of January 2021 – when the transition period will have come to an end. Read more: Irish Examiner

The US will lease gunboats to the UK. The UK will privatise the NHS and abolish controls on foodstuffs, fertilisers and pesticides. The trail being blazed will include all the bridges. Brexit (Snigger). Something will be ablaze alright 😂😂😂😂 Rule Britannia, Britannia sinks the ship! Trailblazing because his pants are on fire.

Fail blazing PM Britain will become global,trail-blazing county after EXIT-Yes Like Blazing Saddles One Big Gas Blow-One After Each Other-& It Will Continue Down Line-PM,All His Buddy's-Will Be Looking For New Jobs-Watch Out For Trail blazing Gas Depends From Which End. The blazing trail we be as it all goes down in Flames

Maybe so....or maybe not. Time will tell and one side will be right, the other wrong....just as long as the EU doesn’t fuck up the €40 billion in sales to the U.K. each year! 🤣🤣

Boris Johnson: Britain will become global, trail-blazing country after BrexitThe day after Britain’s departure, the Government’s new ‘GREAT Ready to Trade’ campaign will launch in 17 cities across 13 countries outside the EU.

And so say all of us! And so say all of us! ..... yeah right😆!! It will ya. 🤦🏻‍♂️🙄

Bad faith? Boris Johnson and the Irish ProtocolBoth the Republic and Northern Ireland are nervous how the Irish Protocol will work with Brexit just a week away, writes Europe Correspondent tconnellyRTE tconnellyRTE Rightly so. Brexit is unworkable, expensive nonsense a Tory vanity project bought & paid for by tax-avoiding rich-elite. What choices for the island of Ireland? becoming Irish for all. What choices for Gibraltar? becoming Spanish. tconnellyRTE But FG & Biased media stated former Minister for Homelessness Simon Coveney Scumbag has sorted this out already 🤔 tconnellyRTE With all those difficulties (& more if it's decided that new border infrastructure might be terrorist targets) it'd be a wonder if it's all up&running by the 2024 Stormont vote.Which may be Boris' thinking. If things are going as quickly as possible, what can the ECJ do about it?

Boris Johnson: Britain will become global, trail-blazing country after BrexitThe day after Britain’s departure, the Government’s new ‘GREAT Ready to Trade’ campaign will launch in 17 cities across 13 countries outside the EU.

EU prepares to sign-off on Withdrawal Agreement as Brexit day approachesIt comes after the legislation approving Boris Johnson ’s Brexit deal was given royal assent by the Queen. Ursula von der Leyen & council president Charles Michel are today EXPECTED to sign-off on the document that will allow Britain to leave the EU next week. The agreement STILL NEEDS TO BE APPROVED by the European Parliament before Brexit day, with a vote expected on January 29. It's ok, former Minister for Homelessness Simon Coveney Scumbag has it sorted as per FG & Biased media 🙄

EU prepares to sign-off on Withdrawal Agreement as Brexit day approachesIt comes after the legislation approving Boris Johnson ’s Brexit deal was given royal assent by the Queen.

'Handsome chaps': Red-bellied jumping spider spotted in Ireland for the first timeA red-bellied jumping spider has been spotted in a Dublin garden, a sighting experts say is possibly the first of its kind in Ireland. diversity This is great news, multiculturalism is our strength superdan501 I ain’t moving diversity is our strength. We will have the usual anti immigrant clowns along soon.



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