A “chlorinated chicken” and a “big girl’s blouse” – the newly-elected British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has raised his first questions in the Parliament by stirring opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn for not backing a new general election
At the Prime Minister’s Questions, the Parliamentary Session when lawmakers get the chance to ask the British leader every Wednesday, PM Johnson has used some choice language to attack Labour and tried to reunite his Conservatives after a blemish night on September 3.
After losing a vote on his new Brexit plans, the British Prime Minister was sharp to get on the front foot by accusing Corbyn of supporting a policy of “dither and delay” over Brexit but also running frightened of his call for early polls on October 15.
“There’s only one chlorinated chicken that I can see…and he’s on that bench,” PM Johnson said, highlighting Corbyn who has condemned his eagerness for a trade deal with the United States over, among other things, concerns over the standard of food.
Boris Johnson-led Government has lost its majority after he removed 21 lawmakers from his party, urges to hold an early election to shake up the Parliament, which is divided over Brexit and refused his predecessor Theresa May’s exit deal with the European Union three times.
Corbyn has often said that he wanted an election to channel PM Johnson’s “phone, populist cabal” but first seeking to experience a move to restrict the Prime Minister from leading Britain out of the European Union without a deal inserted in legislation.