When meeting with the new Prime Minister Boris Johnson at the end of last month, the Queen of England gave a rare honest look and said, I dont know why anybody else wants to be Prime Minister.
Now, a revelation comes to light that the Queen was not just about Johnson. Three years ago, after off the EU referendum, she privately Tucao political leadership at that time governance incompetence, and the disappointment of these years is increasing day by day.
Labour plans to launch a no-confidence motion against the prime minister in September to prevent an no-agreement exit from Europe at the end of October. Johnson was rumored to refuse to resign, which triggered a constitutional crisis.
Recently, the Labour Party has asked the Queen to intervene, raising concerns about breaking the tradition of Royal political neutrality. At this time, the release of official discharge is meaningful. Officials such as the Queens private secretary have begun discussions to try their best to avoid her involvement in de-European politics.
Queen: Our politicians cant handle the screenshot: The Sunday Times
The Sunday times released an exclusive report on 11 April, citing Royal sources, when Prime Minister Cameron resigned in 2016 on the grounds of off European referendum, and queen Elizabeth S had tucked up in a private event.
She expressed frustration and frustration at the level of political leadership, and that sentiment was growing. The source said. I think shes really depressed. I heard her talk about her disappointment with this political leadership and think they are `inability to govern correctly.
Queen Elizabeth II @ Visual China
This statement was also considered the first time that the Queen had made a clear statement on current politics, which surprised many of her followers. Buckingham Palace declined to comment on the report.
Three years after the referendum, Britain has changed two governments, but it is still in the stage of not knowing when, how or even whether to leave Europe.
I dont understand why anybody else wants to do this job, the Queen said when she met with the new Prime Minister, Johnson, at Buckingham Palace last month.
Johnson meets the Queen after taking office
In view of the approaching deadline for exit from Europe on October 31, Labour and some Conservative MPs plan to launch a no-confidence motion against Johnson in September to prevent his no-agreement proposal. Downing Street sources said that Johnson had determined not to resign, fearing to trigger a constitutional crisis.
Under the Periodic Parliament Act, after the no-confidence motion is passed, the Queen must ask politicians who have gained the confidence of the House of Commons to form a government. But the law does not specify how the impeached prime minister will step down. That is to say, Johnson can set the election date after October 31 to ensure that no agreement to leave Europe takes place on schedule during his term of office.
Katherine Haydn, a researcher at the Government Institute, a British think tank, said that if Johnson refused to resign voluntarily, it would be difficult for the Labour Party to form a new government unless the Queen intervened.
Johnson hinted that even if impeached, he would not resign voluntarily and would ensure no agreement to leave [email protected]
McDonald, the shadow minister of the Labour Party, put out a harsh remark: I dont want to involve the Queen, but I will take Colbin to Buckingham Palace by taxi and report to the Queen that Labour is ready to take power.
Former Attorney General Dominic Grave also expressed the hope that the Queen would come forward and let Johnson resign. The Daily Mail quoted an anonymous Returnee as saying that the Queen can tell him (Johnson) by writing a letter that you have been dismissed. The Queen must fire him, of course.
The 93-year-old Queen witnessed the departure of 14 prime ministers during her 67 years of coronation. She has always adhered to the tradition of political neutrality, but has the right to veto Cabinet resolutions in the face of a serious constitutional crisis.
Churchill was the first Prime Minister the Queen met after her coronation
The Times revealed that Edward Young, the Queens private secretary, Mark Schweier, the cabinet secretary, and Peter Hill, the prime ministers Chief Private secretary, had discussed the protection of the Royal political neutrality.
Sources said the three would do their best to avoid any political decision-making by the Queen. Privately, the Queens assistant said that if the no-confidence motion against Johnson was passed, it would be up to Parliament to decide who would form the government before the Queen met the new Prime Minister.
According to the Sun, Yang Ge will be the intermediary between the government and the Royal family. He is a person who attaches great importance to precedent. The answer to every question is, What did we do last time?
But the challenge today, according to the newspaper, is that in the face of the current situation, Young has no precedent to follow.