On the contrary, BloJob is more likely than Hunt to have the UK remain in the EU for a long time to come.
He said what was necessary to get him into No. 10, but now that he's almost certainly there he will say and do whatever it takes to stay there. He isn't a man who considers a promise to be binding on himself, so if he thinks he needs to ask for a lengthy membership extension, that's what he'll do. Hunt, by contrast, might have felt obliged to keep his word about leaving ASAP.
I think so, they are still hoping for Corbyn to get into no 10, I doubt s’cornbin would get over the door step even if he won an election, a fence would need to replace the front door so he would have somewhere to sit while dithering.
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Remoaners will always find something to cry and whinge about. However Brexit is by no means guaranteed, and I don't know how Boris could remain as leader if he fails to keep his promise about the UK leaving on 31st October 2019.