It`s funny to watch Great Britain and the United States at the moment. In the U.S, the conservatives lost the election and Biden and his left wing democrat administration won. In the U.K, Boris Johnson and his conservative friends won in a landslide. The same can not be said about Biden.
They are both outside of the EU and Trump and Johnson was considered to be a win against socialism. Take a look at the slogan Johnson has; Build back better. They are leaving the business club EU and want to build back better.
But take a look at Biden and his slogan; Build back better. Biden and the democrats wants to build back what Trump did. They are on two different planets, with two different world views.
Everything has been great with the Labour Party for years, but they have been in trouble before. One of the most deprived areas of the UK, the blue-collar port saws its steel industry collapse in the 1970s and 80s and the unemployment rate remains among the highest in the century.
Politically, it`s backed the Labour Party at every UK election for almost half a century, but then came Brexit.
As of April 12, Boris Johnson`s approval rating remain very high at 70%. Not only that. Brexit has also a 70% approval rating, so there is not doubt that the people in Great Britain support the conservatives and Brexit.
According to Nigel Farage, the Labour Party is finish in England. The country is about the change rapidly. Queen Elizabeth said in the Parliament a few days ago that the UK will strengthen the borders. Legislation will also be introduced to ensure the integrity of elections.
They saw what happened in Georgia during the U.S election and learned from the mistakes in the U.S. Dead voters will have problems to vote if they have to show up personally with a picture on the voting day.
Freedom of speech will also be protected. This is very similar to whats happening the U.S. They are both about the change rapidly. What a interesting world we are living in.
President Trump had a Royal State Dinner in Buckingham Palace Ballroom on Tuesday, and it was a historic moment. He had a meeting with the greatest leader the world has known for the last six decades, plus.
A leader who doesn`t get nearly the credit she deserves for the intelligence, strenght, diplomacy, class, personal faith, and sense of duty and service she has demonstrated during her rule. The leader we are talking about is Queen Elizabeth II.
Mr Trump is in the UK for a three-day state visit, which includes the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings. He talked about the Nazis and praised the courage of the British people during World War II in his speech on Tuesday and he praised the «eternal friendship» between the UK and US.
«In the dark hour, the people of this nation showed the world what it means to be British,» Trump said, adding that their bravery ensured that the destiny of the country «remained in your own hands».
Trump ended his speech with a toast to «the eternal friendship of our people, the vitality of our nations and to the long-cherished and truly remarkable reign of Her Majesty the Queen».
The Queen praised the two countries` role in creating an assembly of international institutions that would ensure «the horrors of conflict would never be repeated». She also said the countries were celebrating an alliance which had ensured the «safety and prosperity of both our peoples for decades».
In addition, the Queen said; «I am confident our common values and shared interests will continue to unite us».
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