The rise of the anti-Boris

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He is the son of a single mother and experienced as a teenager what it is to be “homeless”, six months living in a shelter. she came to the universidad thanks to a program assistance to students without resources (Education Maintenance Allowance. EMA) who fell under the guillotine of the austerdiad of David Cameron. He is 34 years old, he is gay, he defines himself as a “pragmatic socialist” and he has all the tickets to become the redheaded alternative to “blonde ambition”.

Danny Beales is the name of anti-Boris JohnsonLabor candidate for Uxbridge and South Ruislip, the remote district on the north-west fringes of London where elections are held on Thursday special elections for the seat left vacant by the former premier, forced to resign also as a deputy after the devastating report which accused him of “deliberately misleading” Parliament over Partygate.

The Conservative Party is facing what is now known as the “long Boris”, political version of the “persistent” Covid. The expression has been coined by the deputy Steve Brine and reflects the concern that exists among the “tories” by the long term impact among voters in the successive Boris Johnson scandals.

Votes are cast on Thursday in two other traditionally Conservative constituencies: Somerton and From, and Selby and Ainsty. A triple defeat would leave the “premier” in a very precarious situation Rishi Sunakwith the 80% of Britons “dissatisfied” with his management (according to a recent Ipsos poll) and growing concern among the conservative base and among Tory MPs.

Boris Johnson won with 7,000 votes difference in Uxbridge and South Ruislip in 2019, when he achieved his resounding absolute majority. Four years later, the economic and social malaise is evident in this multi-ethnic corner in the confines of London (zone 6). Here they voted curiously a favor del Brexit six years ago; among them, the grandparents of Danny Beales himself…

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