The Conservative party is all set to win the general elections 2019, and Boris Johnson hopes victory over Brexit debate after extraordinary victory. PM Boris Johnson said that the victory is bringing “closure” to the Brexit conflict and “let the healing begin”.
While speaking in Downing Street, Boris Johnson has expressed his views that he would struggle to build trust Labour supporters have on him.
He also said that he would never neglect those people who were against of Brexit as he created an association ‘of sovereign equals’ with Europe.
Given that the conservative party has won a majority of 80 seats in the general elections 2019. This is the party’s largest win since 1987.
The results of the elections are clearly showing that the UK will likely be separated from the European Union next year.
On the other hand, the Brexit party failed to succeed. Brexit party was a winning one in European Parliament elections held in summer.
Given that the Conservative party has gotten up to 365 seats, the Labour party has won 203 seats, the SNP has achieved 48, liberal democrats have achieved 11 and DUP has gotten 8 seats.