As the Murdoch Sun continues to serialise the nausea-inducing “interview” they have secured with alleged Prime Minister Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson, including such creative claims as doctors preparing to announce his death to the nation - they don’t provide that as part of the service, not even for Bozo - he has been preparing to issue a rallying cry to those working to find a vaccine against the Coronavirus.
According to the Guardian, Johnson will say in his speech “The more we pull together and share our expertise, the faster our scientists will succeed. The race to discover the vaccine to defeat this virus is not a competition between countries but the most urgent shared endeavour of our lifetimes. It’s humanity against the virus - we are in this together and together we will prevail”. His International development secretary had more of the same.
The Guardian again: “Writing in the Independent newspaper on Sunday, the leaders of France, Germany, Italy and Norway and senior EU officials said the outbreak has ‘caused devastation and pain in all corners of the world’ They said responding to the ‘global challenge’ requires ‘bringing together the world’s best - and most prepared - minds to find the vaccines, treatments and therapies we need to make our world healthy again’”.
How he expects instant cooperation, after many in his own party have made it a significant part of their life’s work to sneer, insult and grandstand, while denigrating every move, every utterance, every initiative to come out of the EU and those aligned to it, is an interesting challenge, and something that he most likely hasn’t even considered.
Brexit meets reality. Part of a series destined to end in tears. And not for the EU.