London rocked by protests after Boris Johnson’s landslide election victory

by Editorial Team

BoJo is under siege.

Protesters descended on London hours after Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s landslide election victory.

Hundreds marched chanting slogans like “Not My Prime Minister” and “Boris, Boris, Boris, Out, Out, Out,” with many converging in Trafalgar Square. At least one arrest was reported, according to The Sun.

“I didn’t vote blue. But why are people protesting saying “Boris Out” less than a day after polling closed? Protest against the electorate,” said one British voter. “They kept him there. You only respect democracy if you get the result you want? “Not your PM”? Well, yeah he is. That’s kinda how it works.”

Johnson’s conservatives routed their chief rivals in Labour under the leadership of Jeremy Corbyn. The 70-year-old socialist has driven the party hard to the left in recent years. After the vote, Corbyn announced he would step down as party leader.

READ FROM SOURCE: https://nypost.com/2019/12/14/london-rocked-by-protests-after-boris-johnsons-landslide-election-victory/

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