Johnson: no punishments for Brexit


“If Monsieur Hollande wants to administer punishment beatings that anyone chooses to escape, rather in the manner of some World War Two movie, then I don’t think that’s the way forward,”- said UK Secretary of State Boris Johnson engaging in ‘hard Brexit’ discussion occurred after declared in PM’s speech.  Johnson’s opinion followed after one of the members of the team of French President Francois Hollande warned that Britain should not expect a better trading relationship with Europe once it was outside the common market of 500 million people.-“It’s not in the interests of our friends or our partners”.

The attempts to block free trade would cut both ways,  –  Johnson added. The comments were made to the Raisina Dialogue, at geopolitical conference hosted by the Indian foreign ministry and the Observer Research Foundation in New Delhi.

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