Conservative party leadership candidate Jeremy Hunt speaks during his visit to Pete’s head in Scotland, Sunday, June 23.
People need to know what he was going to do, and he needs to answer those questions according to Mr. Hunt.
Jeremy Hunt, one of the two people vying to replace British Prime Minister Theresa May, said on July 24th that rival Boris Johnson was a coward for avoiding head-to-head public debates on Brigit.
Hunt, 52, said it was insolent for Johnson to have turned down the open door for a straight on discussion on Sky TV.
Sky has dropped the discussion as Johnson declined to take part. Johnson would not clarify the occurrence.
Who is Boris Johnson?
Johnson, 55, is the preference of the people to win a vote of 160,000 Conservative Party members who will decide who will be the next prime minister.
He has cast himself as the only candidate who can deliver Brexit on Oct. 31 – with or without a deal – while fighting off the electoral threats of Nigel Forage’s Brexit Party and socialist Jeremy Corbyn’s Labor Party.
Wagering markets give him a 79% suggested likelihood of winning the top employment, down from 92% a week ago.
For what reason would he say he is being known as a Coward?
On the topic of discussions, he is a weakling, Foreign Secretary Hunt said. It is a weakness not to show up in no holds barred reviews.
People need to know what you’re going to do, and you need to answer those questions, according to Mr. Hunt. He also promised Boris Johnson the fight of his life and that he’s going to lose.
Mr. Hunt said the individual existence of Mr. Johnson was unessential yet that the applicants ought to clarify their Brexit positions – and explicitly what might another pioneer do if officials attempted to sink another administration heading towards a no-bargain Brexit.
Early on July 21, police were called to Mr. Johnson’s home after neighbours listened to a big fight between him and his girlfriend.