LAST week we asked our readers whether they thought Boris Johnson would have staying power as Prime Minister. We asked if he would still be in office by the time of Conservative Party conference (which starts at the end of September), by October 31 – the date by which he has pledged that Britain will leave the EU – or right the way up until the next General Election which is due to be held in 2022.
In stark contrast to the foreboding and negativity of the BBC on Boris’s premiership, by a huge majority you put your faith in Boris and think he has the ability and staying power to last the course.
The results were:
On Wednesday Boris will cross the threshold of Number Ten. How long will / can he last as PM? Until:
— The Conservative Woman (@TheConWom) July 21, 2019
A typical comment was this from @marilynhullpark who said: ‘2022 and beyond that, he has the right fortitude and truly believes in the United Kingdom.’
We liked this from Abominable_Yeoman who wrote:
How long will he be PM?
If left to:
Tory members – several years
Tory MPs – several months
MSM – several days
BBC – 24 hours