NEW YORK TIMES: Boris Johnson to Take Leadership of a Britain in Deep Crisis

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Release date: 23/7/2019

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Rob Ford, a professor of politics at the University of Manchester, noted that Mr. Johnson’s personal style was “the polar opposite” of his predecessor’s. Ms. May “knows what she wants most of the time, but she doesn’t tell anybody,” he said.

“He doesn’t seem to have any fundamental commitments or attachments to anything, and seldom knows the details of policy, let alone what he wants to do,” Mr. Ford said.

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TitleBoris Johnson to Take Leadership of a Britain in Deep Crisis
Media name/outletNew York Times
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited States
Date23/07/19
DescriptionRob Ford, a professor of politics at the University of Manchester, noted that Mr. Johnson’s personal style was “the polar opposite” of his predecessor’s. Ms. May “knows what she wants most of the time, but she doesn’t tell anybody,” he said.

“He doesn’t seem to have any fundamental commitments or attachments to anything, and seldom knows the details of policy, let alone what he wants to do,” Mr. Ford said.
URLhttps://www.nytimes.com/2019/07/23/world/europe/boris-johnson-to-take-leadership-of-a-britain-in-deep-crisis.html
PersonsRobert Ford