‘Not my prime minister!’: Anti-Boris Johnson protesters rally in London

LONDON (Reuters) – Hundreds of people protested against British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Wednesday in a vulgar protest in central London hours after he was confirmed as a new leader.

The organizers took an open red-era bus in London to protest Belfast, installed DJ floors to blow up the music and swore speeches full of words from Johnson’s critics.

“I am here to protest the policies of Boris Johnson,” said Andy Anger, a university professor in London, while the young crowd sang several addresses for activists.

“We have reached the era of politics in which the facts do not matter and Johnson has had surprising success in his exploitation.”

“I don’t think he is the right person for the prime minister, he is not the prime minister.”

The audience, which carries a series of paintings, is decorated with slogans such as “The expulsion of Johnson!” And “wake me up from this nightmare” – I walked the streets of Bloomsbury after the first protest in Russell Square on the University of London campus.

John McDonnell, the shadow finance minister, was among those who addressed the masses.

Warned in reference to the brand’s new brand style that says “don’t fall for this celebration: Boris Johnson is dangerous”.

“It is dangerous for our societies, it is dangerous for our society, it is dangerous for the rest of Europe and also for our world.”

Valentina Frasca, from South London, was another opportunity for family members.

“I don’t like Boris very much,” said a 37-year-old teacher. “He is racist and xenophobic, he is a liar, he is not a leader.”

fv”I know how Americans feel now, I feel very ashamed,” he said, referring to opponents in a manner similar to the president of the United States, Donald Trump.

Author: ahsan Razzaq

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