Over the past three years, the European fantasy has torn apart more than 40 senior British officials and left a chicken feather.

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 Over the past three years, the European fantasy has torn apart more than 40 senior British officials and left a chicken feather.


BEIJING, Sept. 11 (Xinhua) Local time, 9, British House of Commons Speaker Berkeley announced that he would resign before October 31, which made him the latest person to turn around because of leaving Europe. In a 14-minute speech, Bokao said, Its the highest honor of my life. The congressmen applauded.

Source: British Speaker of the House of Commons Berkeley.

Since the referendum on Britains exit from Europe, there have been many heated debates in the House of Commons between the parties with different opinions. Whenever the situation is about to get out of control, Berkeley always shouts order! repeatedly. (Order) became a classic scene in the House of Commons.

However, Bokao, who has served as Speaker for 10 years, chose to exit in the dispute over the separation from Europe. According to British media statistics, more than 40 officials, including two prime ministers, have resigned since the referendum on the secession of Europe was held for more than three years. Due to the EUs hesitation to renegotiate the agreement, the British Parliament has obstructed the hard exit from Europe, and when the grand play will end is still unknown.

[Johnson won two months:No agreement to leave Europeprovoked discontent

At present, Johnson has won the Conservative election less than two months, but under the influence of his tough exit policy, 12 people announced their resignation before Berkau. Some of them are against prolonging the adjournment of parliament, others are difficult to choose between loyalty and national interests. In addition, 21 people were expelled for defecting in the parliamentary vote.

Source: British Prime Minister Johnson.

Amber Rudd, former Minister of Employment and Pension

Announcement of resignation date: 7 September 2019

Reason: Cant agree with the Prime Ministers way of governing

Rad is an influential figure in the Conservative Party. She was a former Home Secretary and a powerful assistant to former Prime Minister Teresa May. After Johnson took office, she remained in the Cabinet.

However, after 21 conservative MPs were expelled from the party, she issued a resignation letter saying she could not stand by.

At the same time, Rad also said that when she joined the Johnson Cabinet, she thought that no agreement to leave Europe could be used as an option to try to restart negotiations with the European Union. But now she no longer believes that an agreement to leave Europe is the main goal of the government. She protested that Johnson did everything he could to break away from Europe.

Johnson, former Minister of State, Ministry of Commerce, Energy and Industrial Strategy

Announcement of resignation: 5 September 2019

Reasons:Family and Country are Difficult and Complete

Among those who resigned, the statement was somewhat special because he was the prime ministers brother. On May 5th, in the social media, I thanked the members of Parliament for nine years and the cabinet experience of the three governments. But he also said, Its time for someone else to take my place as a member of Parliament and Minister of state.

I have been torn apart in my choice of loyalty to the interests of my family and my country, he said.

Source: Hammond, former British Chancellor of the Exchequer.

Philip Hammond, the former Chancellor of the Exchequer and six others

Announcement of resignation: July 24 or so

Reason: Against Johnson as Prime Minister

In fact, as early as Johnson won the Conservative Party leader, several officials announced their resignation. Among them are Anne Milton, Minister of Education, and David Gork, Minister of Justice. They all expressed concern that Johnson would implement an agreement-free exit from Europe when he came to power.

Rory Stewart, the former Secretary of international development, said that a no-agreement exit would humiliate the whole country of Britain.

After resigning, they are still opposed to an agreement-free exit from Europe. On the first day of the British Parliaments holidays on September 3, Hammond and other four members were expelled from the party along with the other 17 members of Parliament for voting against the bill to prevent the non-agreement from leaving Europe.

[Teresa May has been in power for three years, and the plan of leaving Europe is hard to agree with.)

If Britains break-away is compared to a series, the former Prime Minister Teresa May has been the longest starring so far. From July 2016 to July 2019, when Teresa May took over the baton and came down tearfully, she witnessed the emergence of the draft agreement, survived a vote of no confidence and three vetoes of its proposal by Parliament.

Source: Former British Prime Minister Teresa May.

During the three years of Teresa Mays administration, about 30 government officials resigned because of differences over the issue of separation from Europe.

Leader of the House of Commons of Andrea Lidessom

Announcement of resignation: 22 May 2019

Reason: No longer believe in the governments exit plan

Lidesom was originally a firm de-Europeans, but she was disappointed by the delay in ending the farce of de-Europeans.

On May 22, in his resignation letter, Lidsom said that he no longer believed that the governments decommissioning plan could bring about the outcome of the referendum commitment or that Britain would really gain sovereignty through the proposed agreement. But she also said that if a second referendum was held, it would create dangerous divisions.

Source: British House of Commons.

Former Dominique Lab Minister for Separation from Europe

David Davis, Former Secretary of State for Separation from Europe

Announcement of resignation: 15 November 2018 and 9 July 2018

Reason: Dissatisfaction with Teresa-Mays Euro-Leaving Agreement

Reported that the post of Secretary of State for Separation from Europe was established in July 2016, mainly responsible for a series of work in the negotiations. However, over the past three years, the job has a high turnover rate.

In July 2018, Davis, the first Secretary of state to leave Europe, opted to leave after the launch of the Checks plan. Four months later, his successor, Rabb, went furious after Teresa May reached a draft agreement with the European Union to leave Europe.

In a letter to Teresa May, Lab said that he did not support the EU-concluded agreement on Britains exit from Europe, saying that the agreement failed to answer when Britain would become a sovereign state. The controversy over Irelands Border Guarantee Clause in the agreement has continued to this day.

After three years of breaking away from Europe, former Prime Minister Cameron turned around humming a tune, Teresa May left in tears, and Johnsons plan for breaking away from Europe has been severely blocked. Leaving Europe seems to be a strange circle that no one can get out of. After many participants leave, how the grand play will end is still unknown.

Source: Responsible Editor of China News Network: Chengyu_NBJ11143