Protests Rock Britain As a Right wing Extremist Party Romps to Power

Protests Rock Britain As a Right wing Extremist Party Romps to Power

A huge protest is currently going on in front of United Kingdom’s seat of power, 10 Downing Street after a snap general election returned an extreme right wing party to Power. Boris Johnson’s Tory party won with a considerable majority against a left wing Labour party led by Jeremy Corbyn. Mr Corbyn an anti-war left winger who salvaged the Labour party from a righwing takeover was defeated after the country voted for Boris Johnson, a maverick extremist. Johnson is seen to be a divisive nationalist who many fear may aid the break up of the Union. In Scotland the Scottish nationalist party(SNP) overwhelmingly won the Scottish vote. The SNP leader called for a second referendum for Scottish independence. Scotland supports to remain in the EU while Boris Johnson is a brexiteer who wants to take UK out of the EU.
The future is bleak for minorities as Boris is viewed as an exclusionary Trump-like nationalist who may damage UK’s multicultural set up.